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Convergence in the Wearable Arena Drives Innovation at the Chip Level

Christophe Waelchli, Product Manager, ON Semiconductor

On-semiconductorThe evolutionary path of the digital hearing aid provides a good guide to how the consumer electronics industry has developed over the last several years. In many ways, the hearing aid represents the ‘perfect’ embedded system. It has always been subject to the overriding requirements of the wider market; small size, ultra-low-power consumption, high performance and constant improvement through new features and better audio quality

Semiconductor technology enables all end markets through its ability to increase integration on a predictable cycle, as observed in Moore’s law. A higher level of integration leads to increased feature density, which supports smaller end products, in size. There is no better example of this than with a device intended to fit inside an ear or positioned unobtrusively behind it.


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