Advanced Power Management IC’s for Li-Ion Powered Mobile & IoT Devices

Most modern mobile, wearable, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices utilize Li-ion batteries as power supplies. Since the 2.8-4.2V Li-ion output voltage range is not compatible with the 0.6-1.0V voltage requirements of most system-on-chips (SoCs) implemented in scaled CMOS, a DC-DC converter, typically implemented as a discrete power management integrated circuit (PMIC), is placed between the battery and the load. University of California, San Diego Office of Innovation and Commercialization licensing@ucsd.edu 858.534.5815

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