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PMICs: Proposal for SoC / FPGA Systems

Complex SoC / FPGA Start-up Sequence & Output Voltages Achieved by On Time Programmable Rom (OTP)

A power-supply circuit structure using a PMIC depends on the system it powers, for  a PMIC controls the entire power of a system by integrating almost all the power supplies and their controlling circuits required.

  • No external sequencer (FPGA/MCU) required, and therefore reducing design man-hours and component cost
  • Abundant experience in SoCs with Arm Cortex-A9
  • Reducing total board size
  • Improving operating efficiency by variable output voltage
  • No external sequencer (FPGA/MCU) required, and therefore reducing design man-hours and component cost
  • Abundant experience in SoCs with Arm Cortex-A9
  • Reducing total board size
  • Improving operating efficiency by variable output voltage
  • No external sequencer (FPGA/MCU) required, and therefore reducing design man-hours and component cost
  • Abundant experience in SoCs with Arm Cortex-A9
  • Reducing total board size
  • Simple structure