Challenges ahead in low power set-top box design Presentation at the ‘International Stakeholder Meeting’ San Francisco - 29th June 2005 Ken Dale – Consultant Engineer, Pace Micro Technology. Background and introduction. Pace Micro Technology profile
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Challenges ahead in low power set-top box designPresentation at the ‘International Stakeholder Meeting’San Francisco - 29th June 2005Ken Dale – Consultant Engineer, Pace Micro Technology
© 2005 Pace Micro Technology
Key is in the choice of power architecture, design of efficient power conversion
and effective power management
Improved by lower average operating temperature
Higher energy efficiency allows
greater flexibility in product
size and design
Main cost is a ‘one-off’ in software design
Cost of any higher efficiency components partially offset by savings due to lower input power
Pace HDTV PVR lower powerExamples of what helps to give an energy efficient design
Who benefits from better energy efficiency? challenges
Thank you and any questions?