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Power Management in Mobile Devices
Elsevier Science and Technology, January 2008, Pages: 336
Sealed Lead Acid.Nickel Cadmium.Lithium Ion.
How do you balance battery life with performance and cost?
This book shows you how!
Now that "mobile" has become the standard, the consumer not only expects mobility but demands power longevity in wireless devices. As more and more features, computing power, and memory are packed into mobile devices such as iPods, cell phones, and cameras, there is a large and growing gap between what devices can do and the amount of energy engineers can deliver. In fact, the main limiting factor in many portable designs is not hardware or software, but instead how much power can be delivered to the device. This book describes various design approaches to reduce the amount of power a circuit consumes and techniques to effectively manage the available power.
Power Management Advice On:
Low Power Packaging Techniques
Power and Clock Gating
Energy Efficient Compilers
Various Display Technologies
Linear vs. Switched Regulators
Software Techniques and Intelligent Algorithms
Addresses power versus performance that each newly developed mobile device faces
Robust case studies drawn from the author's 30 plus years of extensive real world experience are included
Both hardware and software are discussed concerning their roles in power
Chapter 1: Introduction to Power Management in Portable Personal Devices
Chapter 2: Hierarchicial View of Energy Conservation
Chapter 3: Lower Power Design Techniques
Chapter 4: Energy Optimized Software
Chapter 5: Batteries and Displays for Mobile Devices
Chapter 6: Power Management Integrated Circuits
Chapter 7: System Level Approach to Energy Conservation
Chapter 8: Future Trends in Power Management