7 February 2018, 08:00-09:00 PST
Are you preparing to implement MIPI’s sensor interface, MIPI I3C℠, in your next design? Curious about MIPI I3C's proliferation beyond basic sensing? This presentation provides adopters of MIPI I3C with targeted guidance on how to ensure a successful and efficient implementation of I3C in their mobile and mobile-influenced products. Leveraging I2C as a foundation, many components of I3C will be familiar to implementers, but with guidance provided here, you will gain a clearer understanding of I3C’s key innovative features, how they will improve their systems and what considerations should be made to fully leverage them. Implementation guidance includes, but is not be limited to, support for legacy I2C devices, understanding network topology tradeoffs and good design practices.
Ken Foust is an Intel Corporation sensor technologist and researcher who leads sensing initiatives across Intel’s product portfolio and R&D labs. He is also the chair of the MIPI Sensor Working Group. Ken received a BSEE from Alfred University, started his career at IBM, and previously was a director at Kionix Inc.