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Tuesday, October 16 • 11:10am - 12:00pm
ST2: Powering Miniature Sensors

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With ability not only to detect but also synthesize and process data, sensors have transformed electronic equipment with new intelligence. However, to make this possible, sensors have also become miniaturized stressing power supply architecture and thermal dissipation. How can users power these tiny sensors reliably without overheating? This session discusses miniature sensor examples including optical sensors and motor encoders in industrial, WiFi sensors in consumer, bedside monitors in medical with an emphasis on how to tackle power management and energy efficiency.

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Anthony Huynh

Principal MTS, Applications Engineering, Maxim Integrated
Anthony T. Huynh (a.k.a. Thong Anthony Huynh) is a Principal Member of Technical Staff (MTS), Applications Engineering at Maxim Integrated. He has 20+ years designing/defining isolated/non-isolated switching power supplies and power management products. At Maxim, he has defined 100... Read More →


Tuesday October 16, 2018 11:10am - 12:00pm CDT
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