Sensor Hub Proof of Concept Phone

Document created by Lauren Percy Employee on Oct 26, 2015Last modified by Adrian Puga Candelario on Aug 1, 2019
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Sensor hub proof of concept phone.

Fingerprint reading and voice triggering on a mobile platform

This proof of concept phone adds NXP Fingerprint reading and authentication as well as voice triggering on a mobile platform.


Short Demo Description

The Sensor Hub POC is a LPC54102 based platform to develop and demonstrate sensor based solutions around the LPC54102 micro controller. Various sensors along with IR emitter and receiver are hooked up to the LPC54102 featured here in a LQFP64 package (CSP49 package available). The system is designed to be powered through an OTG USB cable, or a Type-C USB Power Delivery system using NXP's latest USB Type C Power Delivery PHY and protocol device. The demo PCB has a hand-held form factor and is sized to be stacked over popular Android phones.


Value Propositions

* Low power always on context awareness and step counter

* Voice triggering

* User authentication using fingerprint

* Charging with USB TypeC

* IR remote control


NXP Content

MCU (LPC54102), USB Type-C PHY (PTN5100), NTAG I2C (NT3H1201), Type-C PD protocol engine (LPC1114), FET Switch (18P3001)