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A lot of online sources (ex: Wikipedia) give the input-output voltage relation of the Buck Converter as
Vout = D . Vin;
where, D is the duty cycle of the driving PWM signal.
But is the Output voltage of the Synchronous Buck Converter independent of the Load Resistance ?
I am trying to model Buck Converter in Verilog.
MOSFET model which I have designed has 3 inout ports - Source, Gate and Drain.
During charging, High side MOSFET is ON, with the Inductor being charged.
Drain terminal gets input voltage (12V)
I have given PWM to the gate of MOSFET (When High side...
I am trying to implement Capacitor and Inductor models in Verilog.
These models have Voltage and Current equations which involve time derivative dI/dt and dV/dt.
In Verilog AMS, we have a built-in function ddt().
But How do I implement these time derivative functions in Verilog ?
Is there is any upper limit in the sensitivity list for a combinatorial always block..?
For eg :
If the combinatorial always block code is like :
always @ (posedge a or posedge b or negedge c...)
My question is :
Is there like only 2 elements must be present inside the...
I open a text file which is there in the testbench.
I open it like this :
fd = $fopen ("../testbench/includes/data.txt", "r");
Now I will have to open and process different text file each time I run the simulation. So, instead of changing the text file in the...