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re: Managing power in capacitive touch sensing applications, Part 1
reuben   3/28/2013 5:41:43 PM
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When to expect the article part2? Would it address my two questions (above)?

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re: Managing power in capacitive touch sensing applications, Part 1
reuben   3/24/2013 5:14:21 PM
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Thanks for an interesting article. By how much these power management techniques could lower the power consuption? Would a lower capacitive power consumption be on a par with Infra Red touchscreens?

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re: Managing power in capacitive touch sensing applications, Part 1
dushyant   3/22/2013 3:56:11 AM
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Hi, Article details about the management of activities to enhance battery life but didn't discuss the details of the measurement of capacitance which the most critical part of this technology. Measurement of C using A/D is not straight forward & needs a lot of consideration to avoid false or no key detection.



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