Designing Low-Power Embedded Systems from Silicon to Software, Part 1
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By mastering the relationship between active power consumption, standby power consumption and the duty cycle, you can develop higher performance and more energy-efficient embedded systems that stretch the limits of portable applications. Divided into two parts, the first part of this white paper discusses chip-level design considerations that must be considered to achieve the lowest possible power consumption at the silicon device level. In this paper, learn how to develop higher performance and more energy efficient applications.
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