DES-N1967 Leveraging NXP LPC Microcontrollers to Maximize Energy Efficiency in Always-On Applications

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Low-power is a system level challenge. Unfortunately, there is not just one feature that resolves the challenge. With LPC, we will focus on delivering low-power capabilities across a broad range of products: Low-power boot, intelligent clocking, ultra-efficient processing, flexible low-power modes and autonomous, low-power peripherals. In this session, we focus on each one of these capabilities, how they address the challenges of designing low-power applications and highlight differentiators LPC MCUs offer the low-power market. What's the most efficient way to communicate with peripherals, how to optimize data transfers, the effects different power modes and clock gating functions have on energy. This session discusses these topics plus explains how one can leverage the unique modes and features available on LPC MCUs to improve energy efficiency of IoT applications and other embedded systems.

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