27th International AES Conference
Program Papers by session


Papers by Session


PAPER SESSION 1

The Industrial Dynamics of Open Innovation: Evidence from the Transformation of Sound Amplification from Linear Solid-State to Class D Technology[Invited paper]

Jens Frøslev Christensen, Michael Holm Olesen, Jonas Sorth Kjær. Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, Denmark.

PAPER SESSION 2: POWER STAGE TOPOLOGIES

A 97 Percent Efficiency Power Stage Design for High Performance Class D Audio Amplification

René Lambruschi, Nicola Lomuto, Frédérik Dezé. CL3, Pontoise, France.

Digital Audio Power Amplifier Based on Multilevel Power Converters

Victor M. E. Antunes(1), Vitor Fernao Pires(2), Jose Fernando Silva(3). (1) Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal, Portugal. (2) Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), UTL, Lisbon, Portugal. (3) Centro Automática Universidade Técnica Lisboa (CAUTL), Lisbon, Portugal.

Self-Oscillating Modulators for Direct Energy Conversion Audio Power Amplifiers

Petar Ljusev, Michael A. E. Andersen. Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark.

PAPER SESSION 3: MODULATION AND CONTROL

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Skip Taylor is unable to attend the conference.

Real-Time Power Supply Feedback Reduces Power Conversion Requirements for Digital Class D Amplifiers

Randy Boudreaux. Cirrus Logic, Inc., Austin, TX, USA.

Distortion and Error Reduction in a Class D Power Stage Using Feedback

Michael Pate(1), Lars Risbo(2), Pietro Andreani(3), Kwong Chao(1). (1) Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, USA. (2) Texas Instruments, Lyngby, Denmark. (3) Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark.

Derivation and Analysis of a Low-Cost, High- Performance Analog BPCM Control Scheme for Class D Audio Power Amplifiers

Mikkel C. W. Høyerby, Michael A. E. Andersen. Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark.

Discrete-Time Modeling of Continuous-Time Pulse Width Modulator Loops

Lars Risbo. Texas Instruments Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark.

PAPER SESSION 4: ERRORS AND DISTORTION

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Brian Attwood is unable to attend the conference.

Harmonic Distortion Reduction with Output Capacitance in PWM Inverters

Gael Pillonnet(1,2), Nacer Abouchi(1), Philippe Marguery(2). (1) CPE Lyon, Lyon, France. (2) ST Microelectronics, Grenoble, France.

Time Domain Analysis of Open Loop Distortion in Class D Amplifier Output Stages

Flemming Nyboe(1,2), Lars Risbo(1), Pietro Andreant(2). (1) Texas Instruments, Lyngby, Denmark. (2) Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark.

PAPER SESSION 5: IC AND INTEGRATION

An Integrated 40-W Analog Input Class D Amplifier with Improved Clipping Recovery and Reduced Turn-on Transients

Ronnie Bean, Ryan Lind. Texas Instruments, Ridgeland, MS, USA.

Commercializing Class D Amplifier Technologies

Paul Mathews, Philip R. Jeffs. Rane Corporation, Mukilteo, WA, USA.

A High Performance 8x150-W Digital Audio System

Kim Nordtorp Madsen, Thomas Morch, Lars Risbo. Texas Instruments Denmark A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark.

PAPER SESSION 6: MEASUREMENTS AND TESTS

Measuring Distortion in Switching Amplifiers

Bruce Hofer. Audio Precision, Inc., Beaverton, OR, USA.

Comparison Between Different IDDQ Measurement Techniques on Class D Audio Amplifiers

Victor- Hugo Lopez de Nava. Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX, USA.

Click and Pop Measuring Technique

Tomas Bruunshuus Sørensen. Texas Instruments Denmark A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark.




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