Live webinar: How to get an SoC power consumption under 0.5 µA in sleep mode
Grenoble, France - May 15, 2017
Allowing battery-powered devices to run, without battery recharge, for years rather than months, partakes in enhancing significantly end-user satisfaction and is a key point to enabling the emergence of IoT applications. Numerous applications, such as M2M, BLE, Zigbee…, have an activity rate (duty cycle) such that the power consumption in sleep mode dominates the overall current drawn by the SoC. For such applications, the design of the “Always-On power domain" is pivotal.
To meet customer expectations, ensuring a current consumption of the Always-On power domain - incl. blocks in retention mode - not higher than 500 nA is pivotal.
After the success of our webinar presenting the recipe for a low-power SoC, our chef is back with a successful and proven recipe to ensure the lowest power consumption in sleep mode(s).
This webinar focus on the power consumption optimization of the Always-on domain based on a concrete example.
By attending this webinar, architects and designers will analyze 5 power architectures through a figure of merit, to select the most appropriate architecture with the relevant silicon IPs to reach the targeted power consumption while ensuring:
- the smallest silicon area
- the lowest BoM cost
You will be able to select your session:
- in Mandarin, on May 18
- in English
- on May 23 for US Time zone
- on June 1 for EU Time zone
If you want to watch the record of our previous webinar “The proven recipe for a low-power SoC”, you can ask an access to MyDolphin.
For more information, contact Aurélie Descombes, Marketing Manager
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