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Wireless devices surround us in almost every aspect of modern life, from smart phones and smart watches to implanted medical devices such as pacemakers. The proliferation of these devices translates into a need to maximize the time between charging for end-user satisfaction, and a requirement to operate properly for long periods of time for mission-critical applications such as pacemakers and other implantable medical devices.
In order to properly meet these requirements, designers must carefully analyze the battery drain characteristics to optimize and validate the battery runtime of their devices. This means testing the sub-circuits, the battery, and the device as a whole.
In this webcast, we will discuss:
- Wireless device basics
- Battery life measurement theory and testing challenges
- Methodologies for analyzing the battery drain characteristics of wireless devices
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineers involved in the design or validation of battery-powered wireless devices.
Tuesday, 30 October, 2018
11:00 – 12:00 (CET)
Ervin Mile, Americas and Europe Power Specialist, Keysight Technologies
Dr. Ervin Mile is currently the Americas and Europe Power Specialist for Keysight Technologies. He has a broad knowledge of various industrial and R&D sectors ranging from Material Science, Semiconductors, Nanotechnology, Electrochemistry and Physics. He holds a bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering from the “Politecnico di Torino”, a master's degree in Micro and Nanotechnologies for Integrated Circuits from the “Ecole Polytechnique Lausanne”, and a doctoral degree (PhD) in Physics of Micro and Nano-electro-mechanical Systems from the “Ecole Polytechnique Paris".