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Second-Stage

LC Filter

Design First Inductor

First Capacitor

P

ower supply output voltages are dropping with each

new generation of Integrated Circuits (ICs).

Anticipated current level reductions have not materi-

alized, and the problem of switching power supply noise is Second Inductor

pervasive. Reducing noise with a conventional single-stage

filter seldom works. The inductor is already large, and drop-

ping the noise an order of magnitude just isn’t feasible.

For this reason, many designers add a second “noise” filter at

Output Capacitor

the output of their power supply. The filter typically consists

of an additional small inductance, and a small, high-quality

capacitor. This seemingly intuitive approach can often lead

to an unstable system. The mistake is in designing with large

components followed by small components.

Designing a single-stage filter is straightforward. The induc- The resonance of a single-stage filter is typically not a criti-

tor is selected to give about 20% current ripple, and the cal concern. It is inside the feedback loop bandwidth (either

capacitor is chosen with sufficiently low ESR to meet the current-mode or voltage-mode control) and its peaking and

output ripple requirements. The output holdup and step-load resonance effects are eliminated by the feedback. Figure 1

requirements also impact the choice of capacitor. shows a typical single-stage filter designed for a point-of-

3.3 V

2.8 mH 20 A 3.3 V

2.8 mH 0.2 mH 20 A

5 mOhm

Switching Power 10 mOhm 5 mOhm

2500 mF Switching Power

Cell 200 kHz 250 mF 2500 mF

Cell 200 kHz

Feedback Feedback

Fig. 1: Point-of-Load Buck Converter with Single-Stage Filter Fig. 2: Point-of-Load Buck Converter with Two-Stage Filter

3.32 3.301

3.31 3.300

3.30 3.299

3.298

3.29 0 5 10 15 20

0 5 10 15 20

Time (ms) Time (ms)

Fig. 1a: Output Voltage Ripple of the Circuit of Fig. 1 Fig. 2a: Output Voltage Ripple of the Circuit of Fig. 2

DESIGNER’S SERIES

with two stages. It still has a low frequency resonance close

to the single stage resonance, and this will be controlled by

the feedback loop. The second filter resonance for this exam-

ple is at 22 kHz. You can see from the transfer functions that

the additional attenuation is more than 28 dB at the switch-

ing frequency. Furthermore, the additional phase delay (not

shown here) is less than 15 degrees at 10 kHz, so stability is

not significantly affected.

The second filter resonance that you get with a two-stage fil-

ter must be placed very carefully— beyond the control loop

crossover to avoid stability problems, but at a low enough

frequency to attenuate both the switching frequency ripple

and the high frequency noise. This presents a challenge to

the designer. Furthermore, the design of the filter must be

robust and stable under worst case conditions of line, load,

and any extra capacitance the user may add.

converter is finished, but the noise is too high, and there is

only room and time to put some small components on the

board. This works when the converter is tested on the bench,

but when placed in the application, load bypass capacitors

can significantly change the filter characteristics, reducing

the second resonance to a frequency where it causes instabil-

ity. To understand a better way to do it, let’s look at the

analysis of the two-stage filter system.

It is important to know how the components of the two-stage

filter interact. Recognize that the inductors of the two-stage

load converter, and Figure 1a shows the output voltage rip- filter are very different in size— the first inductor is largest,

ple with this filter. in order to constrain the ripple currents in the power semi-

conductors. Select it on this basis, as you would for a single-

Figure 2 shows a two-stage filter. This is used to reduce the stage design.

ripple without substantially increasing the volume of power

components needed. A two-stage filter is far more effective There are two pairs of poles for this filter. They determine

than a single stage, because components can be smaller for the location and characteristics of the resonant frequencies

the same amount of attenuation. In fact, with this design, shown in Figure 3. These poles are given by:

adding only 10% more capacitance and inductance gives

more than 30 times reduction in output ripple, as shown in

Figure 2a. Notice that the scale of Figure 2a is enlarged— 3

mV full scale, compared to 30 mV full scale for the ripple of

the single-stage filter. There are two resonances— a low frequency resonance, and

a high frequency resonance. The first

20 resonant frequency is calculated

0 from the circuit of Figure 4.

Gain (dB)

-40

where Cp is the parallel combination

-80 of capacitors:

Single-Stage Filter

Two-Stage Filter

-120

0.1 1 10 100 200 1000

Frequency (kHz)

DESIGNER’S SERIES

2.8 mH words, we add attenuation, but this increases the dissipation of the filter. For

the capacitor the filter design of Figure 2, the ESRs of all three reactive ele-

10 mOhm 5 mOhm values togeth- ments contribute to the filter damping.

250 mF 2500 mF er to get the

With this analysis, it’s easy to design the second filter. The

first resonance

smaller capacitor has to be carefully selected to carry the full

formed with

ripple current from the inductor. In some power supplies, this

the big

Fig. 4: Low-frequency circuit for calculating first resonance inductor. entails using a different type of capacitor. Even though it is

ten times smaller in capacitance for the example in this arti-

This resonant frequency won’t move much with capacitive

cle, the ESR has to be a similar value to the output capacitor.

loading. There is usually sufficient capacitance in the filter that

For commercial applications, this often leads to film capaci-

any load capacitance won’t significantly change the value.

tors for the first stage, and electrolytic or tantalum capacitors

Even with a 2:1 change, the filter resonance would only move

on the output.

by 40%, and stability will not be a problem.

The Q of the first resonance is not very interesting. We’ll Industry Application

close a control loop around it, and use the feedback to cancel Since this filter technique was first developed, many compa-

the filter peaking effects. nies have adopted it as the standard way to design. This is the

The second filter frequency is given by the circuit of Figure 5. technique used by IBM in the design of all load regulators for

their mainframes described in this magazine. The photograph

in this article shows three 2-kW converters. Two of them are

0.2 mH 5 mOhm mounted next to each other, and the third is shown on its side to

reveal the hidden components. The main inductor is a large EE

10 mOhm 5 mOhm core, with a single bus bar through each window. These bus bars

250 mF 2500 mF where Cs is the series mount to the first capacitor, which is a low-ESR film type.

combination of capacitors A second, smaller EE core is clamped around the bus bars to

given by: form the second inductor, and the output of this feeds a bank

Fig. 5: High-frequency circuit for

calculating second resonance of electrolytic capacitors. The EE core construction with bus

bars forms a very low-capacitance inductor for each of the

filter stages, and helps with both differential-mode, and com-

this expression is dominated by the mon-mode filtering.

smaller of the two capacitors. This

creates an interesting design choice. If your power supply is too noisy, but there is not much space

to increase filter components, a two-stage filter is the only

If the output capacitor, C2 is smaller, the second resonance practical solution. Follow the design rules in this article and

is very sensitive to any capacitive loading by the application. you can have it all— low noise output, small filter components,

In fact, load capacitance can make the system unstable. stable operation, and immunity from capacitive loading.

If the first capacitor, C1 , is smaller, the second resonance is

insensitive to capacitive loading, and system stability can be

maintained with significant load capacitance. This is the Design Rule #1:Don't think of the filter as “Main filter fol-

proper way to design two-stage filters. lowed by Noise filter”, that can get your design in trouble.

It's an integral filter which you won't separate that way when

In most applications the second filter resonance is placed you design it properly.

beyond the crossover frequency of the feedback loop. (We’ll

examine in a future issue of Switching Power Magazine Design Rule #2: Make the first capacitor the smaller of the

whether that can be changed for some converters— an inter- two. Then you'll have a second filter resonance which is fixed—

esting possibility brought up recently by one of our readers.) it won't be affected by capacitive loading. Typically, the first

We must control this resonance very careful, by fixing the capacitor will be 2-20 times smaller than the output capacitor

resonant frequency, and then by controlling the peaking with

damping elements. This is similar to input filter design. We Design Rule #3: Make the second inductor much smaller than

don’t directly damp the resonances with a control loop, so the first— typically about 10% of the main inductor value.

we must damp them with resistive components.

The Q of the second filter is given by: Design Rule #4: Put the second filter resonance about 3

times higher than the loop crossover frequency.

That means carefully choosing the ESR of the second induc-

For good design, the Q of the second stage filter should be one tor and the filter capacitors.

or less. It is usually necessary to compromise the attenuation of

the filter to achieve this. Increasing the inductor resistance, R3 ,

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