NICE, France, Oct 01, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/
Advanced Analogic Technologies, Inc. (AATI) is a developer of power management integrated circuits for communications, computing, and consumer electronic devices, announced today that applications manager Tom Delurio will deliver a presentation entitled "Storing Power with Ultracapacitors" at Battery 2008, an International Power Supply Conference and Exhibition held at the Congress Center in Nice, France, from October 8-10, 2008. Delurio will speak at Workshop #4 on ultracapacitors and supercapacitors at 5:00 p.m. local time, October 9.
"Storing Power with Ultracapacitors" focuses on single-Lithium ion battery applications, such as mobile phones or digital still cameras, which require circuits that can store high currents for short periods without overloading the battery. These devices require peak currents as high as 2A for brief periods of time during transmission to run the power amplifier or power a flash LED for still photography.
The presentation explains the inherent challenges in providing high current loads in portable devices using ultracapacitors, offers techniques for delivering high current without overloading the host battery, and describes results from sample designs.
Batteries 2008 has been described as one of the major worldwide exhibitions and conferences on power supply, with more than 60 international experts. It is the preferred venue for meetings between raw materials suppliers, electronic device suppliers, battery manufacturers, environment and recycling specialists, and battery users. Through expertise and figures presentations, dynamic exchanges, one-to-one networking and key plenary sessions, Batteries 2008 will provide the answers to the most pressing questions.
Advanced Analogic Technologies, Inc. (AnalogicTech) is a supplier of Total Power Management(TM) semiconductor solutions for mobile consumer electronic devices, such as wireless handsets, notebook and tablet computers, smartphones, digital cameras, wireless LAN, and personal media players. The company focuses its design and marketing efforts on the application-specific power management needs of consumer, communications, and computing applications in these rapidly evolving devices. AnalogicTech also develops and licenses device, process, package, and application-related technology. AnalogicTech is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and Macau, S.A.R., with offices in China (Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen), Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Sweden, France and United Kingdom, as well as a worldwide network of sales representatives and distributors. The company is listed on the NASDAQ exchange under the ticker symbol AATI.
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