This year’s Forum will once again be held during the i-SEDEX trade show, which opens its three day run on
“Wireless Charging Solution – Drivingopportunities for the analog/power revolution”
Jeffery S. McCreary, CEO of Integrated Device Technology (IDT)
Future wireless power and charging technologies will be discussed along with main applications and design challenges as well as emerging industry standards. Latest developments in two predominant technologies for wireless power transfer in the consumer market will be reviewed.
“Digital Power Management, Dead or Still Alive? Where is it headed?”
“The latest application examples for Hall Effect Sensor”
Terada Masato, GM of
While Hall Effect Sensors have been extensively used to control disk drive spindle motors and PC fan motors, more recent control applications include the electric compass and digital camera position sensing. These will be among the latest applications reviewed in this presentation.
“CMOS Image Sensors in Cell Phones, Cars and Beyond”
CMOS Image Sensors continue to penetrate an ever broader range of applications, most notably as high-resolution imagers for digital still and video in smart phones and for automobiles. The presentation reviews color filter schemes, imager architecture, post-image processing, and packaging.
“Voice Interaction comes of age – Controlling consumer electronics with voice commands”
The latest advances in voice communication and Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) front-end processing will be discussed. The necessary hardware and software requirements to enable a seamless, robust solution that realizes the promise of voice interaction will be covered.
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