Part Number: TPSM82813
My comments on your schematics are the following:
1. For the 1V design you are using R2=150k which is above the max. recommended 100k as per page 14 of the datasheet.
2. In the 2nd 1.8V design you have 2 ferrite beads whose effect on the feedback loop you would have to check with bode plot measurements and also consider the fact that they will cause a voltage drop because of their resistance lowering the voltage at the load. You will have to take this into account for the loads that have a bead connected at their inputs.
Otherwise they seem to be according to the recommendations in the datasheet.
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In reply to Davor Pavlovski:
Thank you for your kind reply.
1.Matters of Rfbb = 100kohm
In reply to user6057711:
The updated 1.0V rail schematic looks good.
Thank you very much!
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