MSc thesis project proposal

A class D amplifier with dynamic element matching

A prior-art class D amplifier has been developed for automotive applications with state-of-the-art performance. The gain of the class D amplifier is determined by a fully-differential resistor bridge. The mismatch of the resistors lead to second harmonic distortion. Chopping technique can be applied to mitigate the issue. However, since the output stage of the class D amplifier is 14 V, a large-signal high-voltage chopper with floating driver circuitry must be developed.


dr. Qinwen Fan

Electronic Instrumentation Group

Department of Microelectronics

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