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How to use optional wireless power-save protocols to dramatically reduce power consumption

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re: How to use optional wireless power-save protocols to dramatically reduce power consumption
kruimer   6/22/2008 3:32:20 PM
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don't forget to take into account power consumed by the connection of the chip to a computer. A very low power wireless chip doing nothing may still eat up 10% of a laptop's battery life just by the USB hardware accessing computer memory using DMA

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