Global Low-power Bridges Market: Introduction
Transparency Market Research delivers key insights on the global low-power bridges market. In terms of revenue, the global low-power bridges market is estimated to expand at a CAGR of ~3% during the forecast period, owing to numerous factors, regarding which, TMR offers thorough insights and forecasts in its report on the global low-power bridges market.
Low-power operation of bridge circuits is becoming increasingly common. Several bridge-based transducers are low-impedance devices, which complicates the low-power design. The most obvious method to minimize bridge power consumption is to restrict drive to the bridge. Currently, UART, SPI, and I2C are the common hardware interfaces that people use for the development of microcontrollers. The IrDA interface makes wireless connectivity possible, so that the system can communicate with PDAs, consumer remote controls, and other wireless devices. The UART also features automatic hardware and software control, so that data flow can be regulated to prevent data overflow or loss of data.
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Global Low-power Bridges Market: Dynamics
Surging demand for low-power bridges for use in various devices and various benefits offered by the same are some of the fundamental factors boosting the growth of the global low-power bridges market. Low-power bridges are extensively used in smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. Bridge ICs (I2C/SPI to UART/IrDA/GPIO) offer compact, low-power protocol converters for creating simpler and more flexible designs, while reducing the software overhead and time to market. These bridge solutions help designers easily combine multiple devices, incorporate new features, and seamlessly interface common communications protocols. Increase in the sales of smartphones and mobile devices is likely to drive the global market for low-power bridges during the forecast period. The sales of smartphones have been increasing at a rapid pace in developing countries such as India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brazil. I2C and SPI are the two widely used bus protocols in present-day embedded systems. The I2C bus has a minimum requirement for pin count, and hence, a smaller footprint on board. The SPI bus provides a synchronized serial link with performance within MHz range.