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Power Systems Design for Wearables: Life’s No PMIC – Q&A with Silego Technology
By Anne Fisher, Managing Editor at EECatalog. Considering an approach to power management that could re-invigorate wearables.
First Device in Family to Implement “Flexible Power Islands” newly published by Elektronikpraxis
Der SLG46125 von Silego Technology erweitert die GreenPAK-Familie (GPAK) von programmierbaren Mixed-Signal-ICs. Der neueste GPAK kann als ein ultrakleines Powermanagement-IC dienen.
I Got an Uber-Cool Badge and a Mega-Cool Idea at ESC Silicon Valley
Silego was giving away flashing LED badges based on its teeny-tiny GPAK mixed-signal FPGAs at ESC Silicon Valley.
Programmable mixed-signal IC technology adds power switching, sequencing
Silego Technology has extended its GreenPAK programmable mixed-signal IC architecture with a device that functions as a completely configurable and very small power management IC, with functions including voltage monitoring, power sequencing, reset and integrated low-on-resistance power switching.
Silego kicks off Electronica 2016
Silego, the configurable analogue specialist, kicked off the product announcement round at Electronica 2016 with five ICs addressing pcb-space-constrained applications in the industrial, in-cabin infotainment, and enterprise/embedded computing markets.
Silego: Voice-activated smart home controller
This paper shows how to create a voice-activated smart home controller. It involves creating a simple Android application and interfacing with a Bluetooth node, which is connected to several smart electrical outlets. This design is implemented with a SLG46620 GreenPAK device, an HC06 Bluetooth module, and a few relays.
Mixed-Signal Platform Extends Charging
Mixed-signal platforms such as Silego’s GreenPAK simplify the design of an extended battery charger with minimal external components.
PSDcast - Mike Noonen of Silego on advanced mixed-signal ICs
In this PSDcast Mike Noonen, Silego’s VP Sales and Business Development, talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about the state of the marketplace in advanced mixed-signal devices. Silego has an intgeresting perspective on the space, as they recently shipped two billion units since the introduction of the pioneering Configurable Mixed-signal IC technology.
Systems on a Chip Rarely Are: Can Configurable Mixed-signal ICs Optimize the Unavoidable Analog and Discretes?
Today’s System on a Chip offer an astounding level of integration. Advanced processes like 28 nm, 16/14 nm and soon 10/4 nm give designers billions of transistors to work with. SoCs can integrate multi-core processors, high speed interfaces, graphics subsystems and embedded memories....
Optimising wearable designs by integrating support circuitry
It is easy to see how a CMIC allows for an easier design process and faster development. It is also easy to see how valuable board space can be saved.