Your FPGA Design Starts with the Right Power Supply

The latest generation of FPGAs, DSPs, and microprocessors requires multiple power rails to operate in optimal conditions. From analog and digital core voltages, DDR memory to I/O voltages, these power rails often need vastly different current capabilities with stringent requirements on voltage accuracy, ripple, and transient response. Additionally, these rails must be powered up and powered down in the correct order to maintain long-term reliability and avoid damages.

Join the live session for an opportunity to win one of 10 kits in a drawing (5 each of MAX77812EVKIT and MAX77874EVKIT).

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April 3, 2019 

What you will learn

  • Get techniques for addressing efficiency, thermal considerations, and power density in lithium-ion battery-powered mobile designs
  • Understand how to derive the optimal performance for your FPGA power supply while meeting time-to-market goals

Duration: 1 Hour

45-minute Presentation

15-minute Q&A


Eric Rule

Technical Staff

Mobile Solutions Business Unit

Eric Rule is a member of the technical staff in the Mobile Solutions Business Unit at Maxim Integrated. He is responsible for silicon validation and debug, evaluation hardware and software development, and customer design-in support. Eric has a B.S. in electrical engineering from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo. 

Simon Lu

Mobile Solutions Business Unit

Maxim Integrated

Simon Lu is an executive business manager in the Mobile Solutions Business Unit at Maxim Integrated. He has 10 years of semiconductor industry experience, a computer systems engineering degree from Arizona State University, and an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University. 

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