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Accurate on-chip sensors for monitoring both the real world and on-chip phenomena will always be necessary for SoC and ASIC devices. On modern SoCs, thermal management is critical for detection of security attacks and optimisation of power, performance and area. The agileTSENSE GP temperature sensor is ideally suited to sensing and temperature monitoring in IoT, Security, Automotive, AI and general SoCs and ASICs.  

The agileTsense can be combined with the agileCMP to provide threshold alarms, and with the agileADC for digitisation, giving a compact, fully-featured temperature sensor for your SoC/ASIC.

With a focus on long battery life, the agileCMP GP can be used to monitor external analog signals and enable wake-up events - an essential in many modern SoCs. The agileCMP GP programmable-threshold comparator is ideally suited to interrupt generation in applications such as in IoT, Security, Automotive, AI and general SoCs and ASICs.

agileADC GP Analog-to-Digital Converter

agileADC GP Analog-to-Digital Converter

The agileADC GP analog-to-digital converter is a general purpose ADC using a traditional Charge-Redistribution SAR architecture that is referenced to VDD, VSS.

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agileSCA TVC Side-Channel Attack Monitor Security Core

agileSCA TVC Side-Channel Attack Monitor Security Core

The agileSCA TVC provides security and protection against side-channel attacks (SCA) and tampering through an array of configurable sensors that detect temperature shocks; supply voltage changes/glitches; and clock manipulation.

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agileCMP GP Programmable-Threshold Comparator

agileCMP GP Programmable-Threshold Comparator

The agileCMP GP programmable-threshold comparator features a user-selectable (enable/disable) hysteresis as well as programmable threshold with 10mV step size, a latched output as well as an active (unlatched) output.

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agileTSENSE GP Temperature Sensor

agileTSENSE GP Temperature Sensor

The agileTSENSE GP temperature sensor is a traditional delta VBE temperature sensor that takes the difference between two base-emitter voltages generated using the same current value, amplifies this signal and converts it to a single-ended signal.

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