Low-power electronics, also known as low-power electronic design, refers to the designing and manufacturing of electronic devices that consume less power. Over the years, the number of transistors on integrated chips has grown exponentially, enabling the production of complex electronic devices that are portable and mobile. However, the existing semiconductor technology is increasingly failing to deliver desired device characteristics with the shrinking transistor size. Power leakage and increasing power density are major issues plaguing the electronics industry. Low-power electronics offers comprehensive solutions and techniques to design devices consuming less power and methods to reduce power leakages in electronic systems.
Low-power electronics mostly deals with techniques and methods to reduce the power consumption in electronic devices as the size of the transistors keeps reducing. However, since silicon transistors are reaching their physical limits, low-power electronics research is heading toward identifying novel materials and alternatives to silicon-based (CMOS) electronics.
This technology and innovation report captures current trends, market scenario, and key technologies that influence the adoption of smart lighting solutions.
Key questions that are covered in the report include:
What is the significance of low power electronics?
What are the various factors that affect the adoption of low power electronics?
Who are the key innovators and their innovation profiles?
What is the industry trend driving adoption?
What are the key technologies strategies enabling low power electronics?
What are the key applications enabled by the technology?
What are future growth opportunities?
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