TI develops energy-harvesting chip that wakes up in 400ns

02/21/2013 | Electronics Weekly (U.K.)

Texas Instruments provided details on an energy-harvesting chip based on the Cortex-M0 design by ARM Holdings that goes without power while it is in a sleep state and can awaken in 400 nanoseconds. In a paper presented at ISSCC, TI said the chip includes ferroelectric random-access memory and nonvolatile logic elements.

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