Thomas Leutgeb

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The general goal of power management (PM) is to achieve optimal system performance while meeting power constraints. Minimizing the energy consumption is mostly not sufficient. Especially power management policies for battery-powered and RFpowered devices require a deep understanding of the supplies’ electrical characteristics. Thus, battery-aware PM aims to(More)
Devices powered by an electromagnetic field are inherently power-constrained and thus must carefully manage static and dynamic power. High ambient temperatures and field strengths can increase the temperature of RF-powered devices up to more than 100 degrees Celsius, thereby allowing the leakage current to rise to a dominating portion of the static power(More)
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