Why Portable Electronics Perform Better with SIMO PMICs
While the single inductor, multiple output (SIMO) power converter architecture has been around—at least in theory—for about 15 years, it has only recently become available in power-management ICs (PMICs) on the market. The newest iteration overcomes many of the challenges and drawbacks noted in earlier studies. In addition, the SIMO technology provides design engineers with a means to extend battery life while meeting the space-constraint demands of a variety of compact, low-power electronic designs.
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Principal Member, Maxim's Mobile Power Team
Gaurav is the power architect for high-performance, computation-intensive PMICs and advanced low-power PMICs at Maxim. He started his career as an analog power design engineer and worked on a broad range of innovative mobile power products through the years. He received his B.S. in EE from Mumbai University, India, and his M.S. degree in EEE from California State University, Sacramento.
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