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Designing Low Power Systems using Battery and Energy Harvesting Energy Sources
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04/05/2015 Mini curso: Designing Low Power Systems using Battery and Energy Harvesting Energy Sources
- May 4 – Day 1: An Introduction to Low-Power Systems
This class will lay the groundwork for mastering the key concepts that will come up during the rest of the course. The key requirements for low-power systems – both when powered from batteries or from energy harvesting systems – will be described.
- May 5 – Day 2: Battery Power for MCUs and FPGAs
Batteries are used in a wide range of MCU- and FPGA-based applications. Understanding the key power requirements and how to use power efficiently provides the basis for all battery-operated applications. This knowledge is power.
- May 6 – Day 3: Energy Harvesting for Low Power
Energy harvesting provides a new source of power for MCU and FPGA designs. Energy is all around us; we just need to turn it into power that our devices can use. This class will describe the most common energy harvesting techniques and how to use them for MCUs and FPGAs.
- May 7 – Day 4: Low-Power MCUs and FPGAs
Example MCUs and FPGAs will be described, as well as the key features needed for low-power operation — either from batteries or energy harvesting approaches. This class will also describe software and hardware tools that are helpful in developing low-power applications.
- May 8 – Day 5: Example Low-Power Designs
Drawing your input from the first two days of classes, a set of example designs will be used to illustrate the key concepts covered in class. This will also provide a head start for students that have particular design objectives in mind for their next low-power system project.
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