Energy efficient design of portable wireless systems

@inproceedings{Simunic2000EnergyED,
  title={Energy efficient design of portable wireless systems},
  author={Tajana Simunic and Haris Vikalo and Peter W. Glynn and Giovanni De Micheli},
  booktitle={ISLPED},
  year={2000}
}
Portable wireless systems require long battery lifetime while still delivering high performance. The major contribution of this work is combining new it power management(PM) and it power control (PC) algorithms to trade off performance for power consumption at the system level in portable devices. First we present the formulation for the solution of the PM policy optimization based on renewaltheory. Next we present the formulation for power control (PC) of the wireless link that enables us to… CONTINUE READING
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