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NXP FTF 2016 - Training Presentations

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The RF content of connected devices has been increasing dramatically the last couple of years. The increasing bandwidth demand has driven the requirements of the RF chain to higher levels. The RF MMICs from NXP Smart Antenna Solutions give designers of connected devices freedom of antenna placement while achieving higher performance. This class will show the increasing requirements and complexity and NXPs answer to this challenge. Watch Video Presentation
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CARE enables hospitals and long-time care facilities to better measure, control and manage the overall patient satisfaction by combining a unique NFC-based patient skin-attached sticker and NFC enabled mobile devices with a care application and SMARTRAC's Internet of Things platform SMART COSMOS. The comprehensive solution provides a truly improved patient management, safety and comfort.
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Charging smartphones without the need to plug in a charging wire increases convenience and enables on-the-move charging in public spaces. First generation wireless chargers consist of over 100 components and are too expensive for mass market adoption. The NXQ1TXH5 is a one-chip Qi low power wireless charging transmitter integrating all the digital, analog and power functions for a Qi wireless charger. The high integration enables a very low component count and an easy to design wireless charger. This also reduces the cost of a wireless charger by as much as a factor 3. The NXQ1TXH5 is a real digital plug & play platform without the need for external analog design effort. A 2-layer PCB with signal & power routing at the top layer and a full copper bottom layer for thermal performance is all you need. Connect power supply and decoupling at the input and an LC circuit at the output to transmit the power to the receiver, and your wireless charger is ready to go! Watch Video Presentation
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Resonant AC/DC supplies have superior efficiency at high power output. The TEA1916 is a digital controller simplifying the complexity of resonant LLC designs and providing easy tuning. It succeeds the very popular TEA1716 used in many resonant Switch Mode Power Supplies for e.g. PC's & TV's, but the TEA1916 is actually very suitable for any power supply > 75W, e.g. medical, industrial and server power supplies. The TEA1916 uses a new digital cycle-by-cycle architecture (Vcap control) to enable a new type of operation at low power loads. This increases the efficiency at low output power, using an accurately controlled burst mode operation. The TEA1916 also achieves very low power consumption in standby or off state; a key performance parameter to differentiate from competition. To obtain the highest efficiency the TEA1916 works excellent together with NXP's TEA1995 Synchronous Rectifier.
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AC/DC converters need to provide a defined and safe supply voltage from AC mains, varying from 90 to 264 V AC. Key requirements are efficiency, no-load power consumption and size. A new requirement for wall chargers is communication to the mobile, enabling faster charging by changing voltage or current. Most common AC/DC topologies are flyback and resonant. A flyback converter features lowest cost, but magnetics size becomes larger at higher output power. In that case, resonant converters are preferred, although efficiency is lower at low loads. NXP has invented a resonant concept that overcomes this issue. The presentation will introduce the mentioned AC/DC technologies and NXP’s product advantages.
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If you may risk a dead battery in your Smartphone, table PC, or digital smart watch, or you get tangled up with the wrong charger cord on your nightstand or office desk, the simplicity of a wire-less charger is your dream come true! But wireless chargers need a lot of technology and are not created equal. NXP's family of Transmitter and Receiver components offer solutions for both the Qi and Rezence standards. We take a look at both and offer some practical hardware solutions to cut that cord. Watch Video Presentation
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This hands-on class will walk you through developing two separate applications. First, learn how to leverage a FlexIO driver to add some autonomous monitoring and reaction to sensor data. Secondly, learn how to create a complex parallel interface (TFT driver).
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Explore the NXP wearable and fitness product roadmap and solutions platform. Watch Video Presentation
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A temperature monitoring solution permits logging of transport conditions of each individual drug package at any point in time. Patients and healthcare professionals can confirm the drug quality at the moment of administration. An easy-to-use solution will be presented that helps meet these critical requirements. It comprises a battery, an antenna and a single chip NHS3100 that integrates a sensor, clock, storage and NFC connectivity. Easy-to-use and intuitive, this solution supports wireless communication with a smart phone. It can be used for temperature monitoring of any perishable goods (like flowers, wine, food, resins, ...) as well.  
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Develop your IoT and wearable applications with Hexiwear, an open source, expandable development platform. The platform is expandable with the option to add 180+ additional sensors through click boards.
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Learn about NXP's newest technology for Single Chip System Modules (SCM) that provides ultimate customization and tiny form-factor via a unique vertical integration approach. Watch Video Presentation
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For drug delivery to be effective, two very important conditions need to be met. First, drug quality needs to be ensured until the time of administration to the patient. Second, the patient needs to adhere to the prescribed therapy. Two easy-to-use solutions will be presented. They comprise a battery, an antenna and a single chip that integrates a sensor, storage and NFC connectivity. Both solutions support wireless communication with a smart phone. A temperature monitoring solution permits logging of transport conditions of each individual drug package at any point in time. Patients and healthcare professionals can confirm the drug quality at the moment of administration. A therapy adherence monitoring solution for drug blisters and bottles records medication intake events. In case the intake deviates from prescription, patients can be reminded and motivated to do better.
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Healthcare is ripe for disruption. In this class we will outline how NXP IoT products enable a variety of healthcare solutions that will lower patient costs and improve patient outcomes. Watch Video Presentation
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Healthcare devices are adopting more and more technology and NXP is at the center of this trend. Learn about the MCUs, MPUs, sensors, and wireless products that are being used in the most innovative healthcare products. Watch Video Presentation
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This hands-on class will walk you through developing two separate applications. First, learn how to leverage a FlexIO driver to add some autonomous monitoring and reaction to sensor data. Secondly, learn how to create a complex parallel interface (TFT driver).
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FIDO Alliance is getting huge traction in the secure authentication world and the member count has surpassed 250 companies. Secure Element based FIDO U2F Authenticators add another security layer to consumer online authentication for cloud services and have been deployed for services like Google, Dropbox, Github, and others. These Authenticators are available in various form factors (Cards, USB keys, Fobs, Wearables and embedded) and support multiple interfaces like USB, NFC and BLE to connect users to critical online services using the FIDO authentication protocol. In addition to FIDO credentials, NXP provides vSE based multi-credential (PKCS#15, EAC, BAC, SAC, Mifare, PIV ) as well as an online services platform including eDoc derived mobile credential management connecting relying parties to enable secure mobile authentication for eGov services. Watch Video Presentation
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This session will cover the basics of authentication for anticounterfeit applications. Topics covered include use cases and applications, hardware vs. software, symmetric vs. asymmetric crypto protocols, host and device requirements, attacks and countermeasures, and "beyond the chip" security concerns. An intro to the A1006 and A71 product families will also be provided.
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There are many new technological developments in the medical field that require the use of controlled RF power for several advanced therapeutic treatments. Various levels of RF power at various frequencies are used in procedures such as microwave ablation (tumor destruction), electrosurgery (cut, coagulate, desiccate and fulgurate tissue), diathermy (treatment for rheumatoid arthritis) and thermage (skin rejuvenation). This session will cover innovative RF solutions that NXP has developed for these applications.
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Introduction to QN9020 development board and SDK and design with QN9020 for wearables and IoT devices plus integration NXP BLE features into iOS or Android app.
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About a decade ago, NXP introduced its first generation Near Field Magnetic Induction (NFMI) radio, to help connecting hearing impaired persons with the digital world. Today, besides medical applications, NFMI is also being used in consumer devices to reduce power consumption and not be affected by body tissue absorption. NXP NFMI allows for hearable and wearable devices that can fit inside an ear canal or be worn on the body. Power levels are low enough to run for a week on a single ZnAir battery. Applications include truly wireless earbuds, implantable electronics, body area networks, under water communication devices, and many other low power.
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