Innovative method leads to smaller, cheaper IoT sensors

Researchers have developed a low-cost ‘battery-less’ wake-up timer in the form of an on-chip circuit that is claimed to significantly reduce power consumption of silicon chips for IoT sensor nodes. The novel wake-up timer from researchers in the Green IC research group at the National University of Singapore (NUS) is said to demonstrate power consumption […] The post Wake-up timer promises picoWatt performance for IoT devices appeared first on The Engineer.

Innovative method leads to smaller, cheaper IoT sensors

Researchers from the Green IC research group at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have invented a low-cost, no-battery wake-up timer in the form of an on-chip circuit that significantly ...

Thu 15 Nov 18 from Phys.org

Wake-up timer promises picoWatt performance for IoT devices

Researchers have developed a low-cost ‘battery-less’ wake-up timer in the form of an on-chip circuit that is claimed to significantly reduce power consumption of silicon chips for ...

Wed 14 Nov 18 from The Engineer

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