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Design for connectivity, reliability, and safety using the latest circuit protection technologies and board layout strategies

ElectrostaticThose of us who wear vision correction glasses are used to seeing the world through lenses. New technologies now allow a virtual world to be layered on top of the real world that we normally see. The lenses will become displays that allow us to see the “real” world that is augmented with overlaid information and images, creating an Augmented Reality (AR). An example would be the integration of navigation into the AR glasses to allow a user to walk through town with turn-byturn instructions (visual or verbal) to help them easily get to their destination. Other examples include facial recognition, fitness tracking/health-sensing, travel assistance, business news, first-person photos and videos (Figure 1).

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Figure 1. Example statistical information visible using Augmented Reality (AR) glasses.

This article discusses advanced circuit protection solutions and board layout strategies that safeguard wearable devices and their users. Applying these recommendations early in the design process will help today’s circuit designers improve the performance, safety, and reliability of their wearable technology designs and help build a more reliable IoT ecosystem.

ESD Selection and Configuration Factors for TVS Diodes utilized in AR wearables 1. Increasingly Smaller Form Factors

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