Smart trackers

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Smart trackers

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create small, reliable and more efficient smart tracker systems that wirelessly track and communicate their location, as well as other valuable parameters.

Design requirements:

Modern smart tracker systems require:

  • More efficient power and battery management with ultra-low standby for longer battery runtime.
  • Multi-parameter sensing to monitor the unit's environmental conditions, location and activity.
  • Multi-protocol connectivity that includes GPS, cellular, Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth® and NFC.

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More literature RTLS asset tracking with SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® devices 26 Aug 2018
Technical articles Inductive sensing: setting the sensor current-drive without a fancy impedance analyzer 24 Mar 2016
Technical articles Frequency references: Crystal oscillator operation and specs 20 Nov 2013
White paper A guide to SensorTag Hackathons: Resources 19 May 2016
Technical articles Inductive sensing: How far can I sense? 17 Jun 2015
Application note Haptic Implementation Considerations for Mobile and Wearable Devices (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 11 May 2022
Technical articles How to get started with current sense amplifiers – part 3 09 Jul 2015
Application note Improved Fast Charge Using the bq25120 Adjustible VBATREG, Charge Current, TS, 08 Aug 2016
Analog Design Journal Battery-charging considerations for low-power applications 02 May 2016
Analog Design Journal Methods of output-voltage adjustment for DC/DC converters 02 Jul 2019

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