The IoT promises to help individuals and businesses quantify nearly every imaginable aspect of life and industry. Analysts predict that by the end of the decade, tens of billions of IoT devices will connect sensor-based products to the cloud. To leverage this opportunity, device developers need to build systems that accurately collect data from a broad array of sensor types. Using readily available development resources, engineers can jump-start the design of the critical sensor signal chains that form the heart of these sensor systems. These analog circuits represent one of the critical design challenges facing IoT device development. Caught between tight market windows and limited availability of analog design experts, IoT developers need to ensure their designs navigate a complex set of requirements for power, performance, functionality and accuracy. To learn more about addressing these challenges, visit Avnet.com.
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