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Medical monitoring with low-cost batteries

8/6/2012 01:40 PM EDT
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re: Medical monitoring with low-cost batteries
docdivakar   8/13/2012 9:35:36 PM
Thank you for a nice article... The “energy per bit” is any day a better indicator of power efficiency than other metrics and this has been raised in other areas like design of high speed motherboards for 100Gb/s ethernet. One issue that doesn't seem to have been addressed above with respect to power efficiency in a M2M context is the issue of multipath fading... MP Divakar

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