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Infineon Technologies CoolSiC™ Works in the Trenches Paul Golata
Infineon Silicon Carbide CoolSiC™ MOSFETs and Diodes provide a portfolio that addresses the need for smarter, more efficient energy generation, transmission, and consumption. Infineon’s trench MOS technology is leading the way in power management.

Self-Powered Wireless Sensor Nodes with Energy Harvesting Rafik Mitry
Wireless sensor nodes are emerging quickly in countless applications. Powering them is becoming a challenge, as these are usually battery-operated devices. Batteries have a definite lifetime, after which it needs to be replaced. Learn how energy harvesting could extend the battery life of a WSN.

Using PMIC to Manage Power for SoCs Adam Kimmel
Optimizing the design of programmable PMIC SoC requires balancing design flexibility, system efficiency, cost, and time to market. We review one product type that illustrates this balance.

Finding Solutions for Wearables and Hearables Jim Harrison
The demand for wireless hearable technology has grown substantially. Here, we’ll discuss some of the most promising applications for wireless earbud technology and explore a power management solution that simplifies the connection between charger and hearable by managing power and data transfer.

MCU Sleep States: How Many Do You Really Need? Warren Miller
MCUs have found homes in just about every low power application. The ability for the MCU to enter a low power mode has made them even more attractive in a variety of power restricted designs. Recent advances in energy harvesting have created new opportunities for MCU controlled devices, and low power is critical here, too. In fact, energy harvesting presents bigger challenges than battery operated applications since power isn’t available in as predictable a manner as with batteries.

LED Headlights…Coming Soon the Masses! Barry Manz
As High Intensity Discharge (HID, xenon) and LED technologies are the only truly modern vehicle light sources, unless you own a luxury vehicle chances are you (like me) are missing out actually being able to see well into the night. The difference between what these two technologies and 50-year-old quartz-halogen bulbs deliver is like night and day. Fortunately, thanks to the dramatic advances and reduced cost of high-brightness LEDs, high-performance forward lighting is now about to be available to the rest of us.

Unlocking the Power of High-Voltage Innovation Ramanan Natarajan
Why does high-voltage innovation matter? It’s a question we hear frequently, and the answer may surprise you. Recently, my colleague Chris Schairbaum and I co-authored a white paper about how we are redefining power management through high-voltage innovation. Here, we have answered some of the more common questions we receive from customers about high-voltage.

Altera Banks on Power Management to Disrupt the FPGA World Landa Culbertson
A decade ago, back when Xilinx’s Virtex®-4 and Spartan™-3, and Altera’s Stratix®-II were new products, it was my job at Texas Instruments (TI) to partner with the leading FPGA manufacturers to produce power management solutions that benefited our joint customers. Multiple power rails, power-up sequencing, tight tolerances, transient response, system reliability, total solution cost, and size – these were all things we were concerned with even then.

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