Consumers expect wearables, hearables, and other tiny electronic devices to deliver a full range of functions, a high level of performance, and long battery life. While these demands might seem at odds with the compact form factor of these products, designing them with the right power management ICs can help you hit these targets.
This webinar examines how Maxim Integrated’s single-inductor, multiple-output (SIMO) architecture delivers high system efficiency in the smallest form factor for space-constrained designs like wearables, hearables, GNSS/GPS trackers, and other low-power consumer IoT designs. With scalable, low-power SIMO PMICs in your design, you can regain board space for value-added modules enabling functions such as voice commands, biometrics, gesture control, payments, and more.
Attend the webinar to learn how you can:
- • Extend your product’s battery life by 20%
- • Benefit from output voltage ripple performance of less than 20mVp-p for noise-sensitive rails
- • Reduce your total power solution size by 50%
Gaurav is the Power Architect for High Performance Computation-intensive PMICs for AI/Machine Learning platforms and Low-Power PMIC product line for wearables/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.
Chapin Wong is the System Engineer for the Mobile PMIC product line at Maxim Integrated. He has extensive experience in supporting end customer system designs. He joined Maxim in 2013 after completing his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of California, Davis.