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re: TI targets smart meters with analog front end
mroyer   7/24/2012 10:41:38 PM
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Thanks for your interest in future TI devices, rajveer75. I can’t disclose our roadmap publicly, but our precision analog businesses are designing new analog front ends that’ll help make system design easier for industrial applications beyond our existing AFEs for smart e-meters (ADS131E08 family), medical and fitness (ADS1298 family), and sensors (LMP91000 family). There’s definitely more to come! Matter of fact today TI released another AFE, the AFE4300 a low-cost, integrated, analog front end for weigh-scale and body composition measurement. Marc Royer, TI Precision Analog Marketing Manager

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re: TI targets smart meters with analog front end
rajveer57   7/24/2012 11:15:25 AM
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Do you have any plan to develop a front-end for ultrasonic gas meter?

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re: TI targets smart meters with analog front end
mroyer   7/23/2012 7:54:39 PM
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Thanks for your question, hm. TI is always looking for ways to make system design easier for our customers, while also reducing power consumption and overall board space requirements, and increasing performance. Today the ADS131E08 family provides the lowest power consumption and highest overall precision performance in its class – a strong foundation to build upon. While I can’t disclose specific plans for our roadmap, I can tell you that our design team is looking at ways to achieve even higher levels of integration as they work to take our e-metering family to the next level. Marc Royer, TI Precision Analog Marketing Manager

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re: TI targets smart meters with analog front end
_hm   7/22/2012 12:00:48 AM
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Should TI integrate ARM core and memory along with this high performance e-meter front end? This will make it SoC and very easy to use.



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