Enhancing Your Battery Life for Li+ Powered Platforms
Space constraint, battery life and highest signal fidelity are common challenges when designing precision vital monitoring devices and gadgets that raise the bar in the pro-wearables space.
Our next-generation family of low power SIMO PMICs master these design challenges by providing the world’s smallest solution size with precision signal integrity and highest system efficiency. During this webinar, we will explore a live demo built around the SIMO PMIC featuring:
- Cut your solution size by half
- Deliver highest system efficiency to extend battery life by 20%
- Provide lowest ripple rejection of 20mVpp
The live demo being showcased is relevant to the current world since it tracks vitals which play a key role in determining COVID-19 symptoms. In addition, the design is applicable for multiple Low Voltage battery applications such as Smart Homes, Artificial Intelligence Assistants, portable at home medical equipment and more. Lastly, the webinar will cover in-depth the SIMO architecture and how it enhances battery life for Li+ applications.
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Speakers: Gaurav Mital and Astha Adhikari
Gaurav is the power architect for high performance, computation-intensive PMICs for AI/machine learning platforms and low-power PMIC product line for wearables and hearables platforms at Maxim Integrated. He started his career as an analog power design engineer and has worked in the semiconductor industry for over 15 years on a wide range of mobile power products. He has an M.S. degree in EEE from California State University.
Astha Adhikari is a multi-function power solutions intern at Maxim Integrated. She is getting her Master’s in Electrical Engineering at California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo. Her Master’s thesis covers stability analysis for a multiple input single output DC-DC converter. Her areas of interest are power electronics and controls systems.