Title: How to Know When it’s Time to Lower Your IQ
Date: Available On Demand
Duration: 50 minutes
No matter what people tell you, sometimes it’s smart to have a low IQ. In this webinar, we address the challenge of designing for ultra-low power consumption and discuss when a lower quiescent current is necessary. You’ll be introduced to the newest generation of ultra-low power ICs perfectly suited for IoT applications, wearables devices and similar contemporary markets. Finally, you’ll learn how nanoPower ICs can extend your design’s battery life, reduce the size of your PCB and lower your IQ.
Attendees will learn:
- The definition of nanoPower technology
- How to overcome the design challenges of limited space and ultra-low-power operation
- Examples of where and how to use nanoPower ICs
Joe Vanden Wymelenberg is an Executive Director of Design in the Core Products Group at Maxim Integrated, and is currently focusing on standard power products. Previous roles at Maxim include design leadership in nanopower and PMIC IP development for the Mobile Power Group, and development of chargers, switching regulators, linear regulators for the Portable Power Group. Prior work includes design roles at Micro Linear, Hewlett-Packard and National Semiconductor. Joe holds a BSEE from The Ohio State University and an MBA from Santa Clara University.
Robert Nicoletti has over 15 years’ experience in the semiconductor industry with Maxim Integrated as an applications engineer, and has managed an applications team. His experience spans a wide range of system-level disciplines such as system power, interface and audio solutions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University.