Modern electronic products operate at higher frequencies, have increased functionality, and have densely populated PCBs. On effect thereof are lower supply voltages, commonly 3.3, 1.8, 1.5 and even 1.1 V DC. All these DC voltages have tighter tolerance compared to previous product generations.
Recent posts by Christoph Zysset
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Topics: Keysight IoT Testing and measuring Measurement
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Finding and isolating very rare events and anomalies in a digital signal is tedious and time consuming. The all new Fault Hunter application on the Keysight MXR Family oscilloscopes [Datasheet, PDF] automatically finds such events and helps you isolate them.
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Longevity of battery-driven IoT devices is crucial especially for the users of these devices. Just put yourself in their shoes. Recharging a wearable device, whether it is a hearing-aid, fitness tracker, or a gadget is annoying.
Or even worse, a tracking device for valuable or sensitive goods which stops working during transport because the battery is drained is more than annoying. It is the worst case scenario.
So what can you do as a company, project leader, or design engineer to get the most out of batteries and have happy customers?