San Jose, Calif. -- Summit Microelectronics announces that Tom DeLurio, applications engineering director, will present a paper titled, "Set-point Accuracy and Temperature Effects in Communications Equipment", at the Embedded Systems Conference to be held at Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Mr. DeLurio's talk is part of the session, "Specialized Power Management Applications and Techniques". The session will take place on Monday, March 7 at 3:15pm.
Mr. DeLurio will describe the importance of accurate DC output control in embedded systems and as a method for actively controlling any standard adjustable DC-DC converter module, discrete DC-DC PWM controller or LDO over time and temperature. The paper will use a Point-of-Load (POL) reference design to show how a complete embedded portable power system under digital control allows dynamic control of output voltage levels.
More information about the conference is available at Embedded Systems Conference.
Summit Microelectronics supplies semiconductors that manage and provide power functions in networking/communications, storage/computing, industrial, military, and consumer products. Customers can very rapidly tailor Summit's programmable analog technology to multiple applications by programming the same part.
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