Enabling the Internet of Things: From Integrated Circuits to Integrated Systems

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Book Description

This book offers the first comprehensive view on integrated and for the Internet of Things (IoT), and in particular for the tiny nodes at its edge. The authors provide a fresh perspective on how the IoT will evolve based on recent and foreseeable trends in the semiconductor industry, highlighting the key challenges, as well as the opportunities for and system innovation to address them. This book describes what the IoT really means from the point of view, and how the constraints imposed by applications translate into integrated requirements and design guidelines. Chapter contributions equally come from industry and academia.

After providing a system perspective on IoT nodes, this book focuses on state-of-the-art design techniques for IoT applications, encompassing the fundamental sub-systems encountered in Systems on Chip for IoT:

  • ultra-low power architectures and circuits
  • low- and zero-leakage memories (including emerging technologies)
  • circuits for hardware and authentication
  • System on Chip design methodologies
  • on-chip power management and energy harvesting
  • ultra-low power analog interfaces and analog-digital conversion
  • short-range radios
  • miniaturized battery technologies
  • packaging and assembly of IoT integrated systems (on silicon and non-silicon substrates).

As a common thread, all chapters conclude with a prospective view on the foreseeable evolution of the related technologies for IoT. The concepts developed throughout the book are exemplified by two IoT node system demonstrations from industry.

The unique balance between breadth and depth of this book:

  • enables expert readers quickly to develop an understanding of the specific challenges and state-of-the-art solutions for IoT, as well as their evolution in the foreseeable future
  • provides non-experts with a comprehensive introduction to integrated circuit design for IoT, and serves as an excellent starting point for further learning, thanks to the broad coverage of topics and selected references
  • makes it very well suited for practicing engineers and scientists working in the hardware and chip design for IoT, and as textbook for senior undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students ( familiar with analog and digital circuits).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Iot: Bird´S Eye View, Megatrends And Perspectives
Chapter 2: Iot Nodes: System-Level View
Chapter 3: Ultra-Low-Power Digital Architectures For The Internet Of Things
Chapter 4: Near-Threshold Digital Circuits For Nearly-Minimum Energy Processing
Chapter 5: Energy Efficient Volatile Memory Circuits For The Iot Era
Chapter 6: On-Chip Non-Volatile Memory For Ultra-Low Power Operation
Chapter 7: On-Chip Non-Volatile Stt-Mram For Zero-Standby Power
Chapter 8: Security Down To The Hardware Level
Chapter 9: Design Methodologies For Iot Systems On A Chip
Chapter 10: Power Management Circuit Design For Iot Nodes
Chapter 11: Energy Harvesting
Chapter 12: Ultra-Low Power Analog Interfaces For Iot
Chapter 13: Ultra-Low Power Analog-Digital Converters For Iot
Chapter 14: Circuit Techniques For Iot-Enabling Short-Range Ulp Radios
Chapter 15: Battery Technologies For Iot
Chapter 16: System Packaging And Assembly In Iot Nodes
Chapter 17: An Energy-Harvested Wsn Demonstrator Compatible With Indoor Applications
Chapter 18: Ferro-Electric Ram Based Microcontrollers: Ultra-Low Power Intelligence For The Internet Of Things

Book Details

  • Title: Enabling the Internet of Things: From Integrated Circuits to Integrated Systems
  • Length: 520 pages
  • Edition: 1st ed. 2017
  • Language: English
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  • Publication Date: 2017-01-29
  • ISBN-10: 3319514806
  • ISBN-13: 9783319514802
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