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Semico looks into the medical world

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Power_User   4/28/2013 1:06:10 AM
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In a medical implantable device, the battery is sensitive to peak current demands of the electronics, as noted in two recent industry articles (one co-authored by Energizer and an app note from TI). You can obtain about 50% increased battery life by reducing repetitive peak current demands. Here is a technology that helps reduce IC peak current, InnovaClockControl, http://www.innovaclockcontrol.com/low_power_vlsi_design.html

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Michellp   5/10/2013 7:13:52 PM
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Thanks for the coverage Brian! Just dropping by to let you know we just launched a new website, so some of the old links are broken. The new link for the report is: http://semico.com/content/mobile-healthcare-new-technology-healthy-lifestyle

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