Performance vs. power dissipation—it’s one of the most delicate tradeoffs for those who develop smart sensors for the emerging IoT-based application space. Within the broad spectrum of “performance,” noise is often an important attribute to evaluate, as it can constrain component selection for key functional blocks in a smart sensor, which in turn can increase the power burden. In addition, noise behaviors can drive filtering requirements, potentially influencing the sensor’s responsiveness to rapid changes in conditions and extend the time it takes to develop a quality measurement...
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