LOW POWER WIRELESS EMBEDDED NANOCHIPS

Embedded Systems Design, Automation, and Test
Dept. of ECE, UCSD

Principal Investigator: Sujit Dey

Goals:

A critical challenge to the success of third and fourth generation technologies is being posed by an increasingly widening battery gap, due to the rapid growth in the energy requirements of wireless devices on one hand, and comparatvitely slow improvements in battery technology on the other.

Our aim is to develop energy-efficient technologies for nanometer based, adaptive, battery friendly next-generation wireless devices. In line with these aims, we are developing (i) dynamic platform resource mangement techniques and (ii) new battery-driven power management techniques to enable the design of battery-efficient architectures.


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Last modified : August 2003