Simplify Power Supply Selection for Your Next Generation Wellness Device
Human vital monitoring has moved from the doctor’s clinic to people's wardrobes. With the changing perspective of consumers toward a more self-aware and informed personal health the healthcare industry has evolved into a predictive, precision, personal healthcare model. With more vital monitoring wearable devices entering the market with each day, it is incumbent of the sensor system designers to come up with the right combination of the power management and sensor solution which can guarantee low power consumption and form factor without compromising on the fidelity of the sensor measurements. Specifically, when it comes to pulse oximetry, understanding the correlation between the typical power requirements of the LED transmitters and the SNR characteristics of the optical sensor module is essential to get the system design accurate.
This webinar examines how the Single-Inductor, Multiple-Output (SIMO) architecture delivers high system efficiency in the smallest form factor for space-constrained designs like wearables, hearables and low-power consumer 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, GPS, and more.
Director of Product Definition & Applications
Gaurav Mital is the Director of Product Definition/System Architecture for the Consumer Power Group at Analog Devices. His focus is on developing Power Management solutions targeting ultra-low power hearables and wearables for healthcare/fitness/lifestyle applications as well as AI application processors for edge IoT platforms. He has worked in the Silicon Valley for over 15 years driving the development of new Sensor and power technologies. Gaurav holds a Master of Science Degree in EEE from California State University.