11 Power Consumption Techniques

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical electronic devices that interoperate in diverse applications from consumer health and fitness to industrial control and automation to reduce human error and increase efficiency. A typical IoT device contains at least one sensor, a processor, and a radio chip that operates in different states and consumes currents from tens of nanoamps to hundreds of milliamps in a matter of tens of microseconds.

This e-guide describes the top 11 power management challenges that you can face when designing, validating, or testing your IoT device and offers some tips on how to simplify the process and ultimately enable the success of your IoT device.

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11 Power Consumption Techniques

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