Wearables (non-medical) – Technical Documents
Multi-function wearable devices help people track and manage fitness, health, and medical functions. As these devices become smaller for the user, the demand for additional features and longer run time presents new challenges.
As battery-powered and energy harvesting applications become more feature-rich, achieving longer battery life and application run time pose serious design challenges.
This paper addresses the design and implementation of a near field communication (NFC)-enabled bio-patch solution. The design serves as a prototype for a flexible solution that would adhere to the skin.
TI’s TRP chipsets are a great fit for any display system requiring high resolution and high brightness at low power in a compact size. Learn more about the type of experience that near eye displays using DLP technology provides.
With the ever-increasing functionality incorporated into the latest wearable devices, power management remains a key innovation area. Specially designed ultra-low power management is required for these systems.
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|Li-Ion Battery Charger Solution Using an MSP430™ MCU (Rev. A)||Read Abstract||Multiple Files||8||18 May 2018|
|Dynamic Power-Path Mgmt & Dynamic Power Mgmt (Rev. A)||81||01 May 2018|
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|Simplify smart speaker human machine interface with capacitive-touch technology||869||15 Feb 2018|
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