Why Energy Delivered by Power Supply is calculated?
Calculating the energy delivered by the power supply provides valuable insights into the power requirements, efficiency, thermal management, and overall performance of the CMOS circuit with a capacitor connected at the output. It enables designers to make informed decisions during the design, optimization, and operation of the circuit, leading to more robust and efficient systems.
How to Calculate Energy Delivered by Power Supply?
Energy Delivered by Power Supply calculator uses Energy Delivered by Power Supply = int(Supply Voltage*Instantaneous Drain Current*x,x,0,Charging Interval of Capacitor) to calculate the Energy Delivered by Power Supply, The Energy Delivered by Power Supply formula is defined as the energy delivered by the power supply to charge the capacitor can be determined by integrating power over the charging interval Tc. Energy Delivered by Power Supply is denoted by E_{DD} symbol.
How to calculate Energy Delivered by Power Supply using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Energy Delivered by Power Supply, enter Supply Voltage (V_{DD}), Instantaneous Drain Current (i_{D}[t]) & Charging Interval of Capacitor (T_{c}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Energy Delivered by Power Supply calculation can be explained with given input values -> 59.4 = int(3.3*4*x,x,0,3).