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An Analysis of Power Consumption in a Smartphone

 Aaron Carroll, Gernot Heiser
  18th-Mar-2017
Description: Mobile devices derive the energy required for their operation from batteries. In the case of many consumer electronics devices, especially mobile phones, battery capacity is severely restricted due to constraints on size and weight of the device. This implies that energy efficiency of these devices is very important to their usability. Hence, optimal management of power consumption of these devices is critical.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Battery & Fuel Cell
Contributing Organization: USENIX
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An Analysis of Power Consumption in a Smartphone
Aaron Carroll
NICTA and University of New South Wales
Aaron.Carroll@nicta.com.au
Gernot Heiser
NICTA, University of New South Wales and Open Kernel Labs
gernot@nicta.com.au
Abstract
Mobile consumer-electronics devices, especially phones,
are powered from batteries which are limited in size and
therefore capacity. This implies that managing energy
we ... See more

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