Discover how the latest Powered Device (PD) controllers offer state-of-the-art solutions for PoE applications
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a widely adopted technology used to transfer both data and electrical power over an RJ-45 cable.
During this one-hour video, you will learn about STMicroelectronics’ solutions for PoE applications on the powered device (PD) side that are fully compliant with the latest IEEE 802.3af/at/bt standards.
You'll discover the basics of ST’s PoE products and their key features, along with an overview of the different PoE standards. You will also learn the detailed description of the architectures available to deliver power through an Ethernet cable, as well as the rich ecosystem of support material and evaluation tools available to facilitate the design process.
This video will cover:
- PoE concepts and standards
- New PD types and classes in the IEEE 802.3bt standard
- The building blocks of PD power management
- PoE-PD system partitioning
- ST's PD-PoE solutions offering
|Paolo Sandri is a Product Marketing Manager for power ICs at STMicroelectronics. He has extensive experience in power conversion for computing, networking and consumer markets. Paolo joined ST as analog IC designer in Italy, later moving to his current location in the California bay area. Paolo holds a BSEE and MSEE from the University of Padua (Italy) with specialization in power conversion.|