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Studies on Mobile Terminal Energy Consumption for LTE and Future 5G

@inproceedings{Lauridsen2015StudiesOM,
  title={Studies on Mobile Terminal Energy Consumption for LTE and Future 5G},
  author={Mads Lauridsen},
  year={2015}
}
Smartphones have become an essential device for many, but they are limited by short battery life due to high data rates, big displays, and diverse applications. In this study we examine how to improve the battery life by optimizing the smartphone’s cellular subsystem, as well as the cellular network, without compromising performance. At the start of this study in 2010 there were no cellular subsystem power consumption models available for the newly introduced 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE… Expand

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