Microelectronics for the Internet of Things provides a systematic evaluation and analysis of microelectronics tailored for the Internet of Things (IoT). It offers a broad, detailed, and realistic view on design principles, and gives proven techniques that are essential to success in developing microelectronic products for IoT applications in a range of different industries.
Through an array of step-by-step tutorials and intuitive explanations, this book bridges the key challenges in designing microelectronics for IoT and corresponding best-practice resolutions. Four real-world examples are presented in detail to demonstrate how to design, prototype, and manufacture microelectronic products for various IoT applications across multiple industries. The book concludes with an outlook on the future development of microelectronics for the Internet of Things.
Also discussed are various approaches for realizing minimum-intrusive embedded devices for biomedical uses, and the ongoing or pending convergences of wired and wireless standards in the field of IoT, as well as addressing interoperability challenges, human-factor problems, design-for-test, and sustainability issues.
- Provides the first systematic evaluation and analysis of microelectronics tailored for the Internet of Things (IoT)
- Provides step-by-step tutorials which emphasize practical design rules and proven techniques with minimal mathematics
- Features an accompanying website that includes C++ and C# source-code files to supplement the examples in the book
- Discusses approaches for realizing minimum-intrusive embedded devices for biomedical uses, and the ongoing or pending convergences of wired and wireless standards in the field of IoT
Engineers developing electronic products for the Internet of Things; product managers developing specifications and roadmaps for new IoT products; graduate and undergraduate students
2. The Internet of Things: An Overview
3. The Ultra-Low-Power Challenge
4. The Miniaturization Challenge
5. The Interoperability Challenge
6. The Human-Factor Challenge
7. The Reliability Challenge
8. Design Paradigm
9. Machine-to-Machine Communications
10. Mobile Health System
11. Wireless Power System
12. Connected Automobile
13. Future Work
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- © Newnes 2019
- 1st February 2019
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Michael Liu is Executive Advisor of Flexcope, Inc., a California-based company that designs and manufactures smart-wear products (electronics-embedded helmets, shoes, etc.). He has previously worked at Bourns, mophie, Universal Electronics, Foxlink International and Extron Electronics; in various engineering, product, and program management capacities. He also offers consultations on product design techniques to consumer-electronic companies such as Beats (acquired by Apple) and has co-founded a start-up company, AV Link, Inc. Besides a number of academic papers and featured articles for professional journals, Michael compiled a volume titled "Demystifying Switched-Capacitor Circuits" for Elsevier in 2007.
Executive Advisor of Flexcope, Inc., California, USA