Optimize UE Design for Greater Battery Run-Time
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Why this webcast is important:
Today’s multi-tasking cellular user equipment (UE) boast powerful processors, incorporate back-lit touch-screen displays, and have amassed multiple radio receivers and transmitters that are sending and receiving data at unprecedented rates. The might and performance of these devices have one common dependency – they rely on limited battery power to keep their users simultaneously informed, entertained, in-touch and happy.
This webcast will discuss the challenges of verifying battery consumption during different UE operating modes and the tools available to measure the effects in power consumption resulting from the complex interactions between hardware, firmware, operating system and applications. It will evaluate the benefits of test automation including the development of real-world UE usage scenarios to evaluate battery drain rates and battery run down times. With the right tools UE designers can test early and thoroughly, adjusting their design implementation for optimal battery performance bringing smaller, longer running, products to market more quickly and with fewer resources.
Who should attend:
Development and test engineers working on design optimization and characterization of cellular user equipment battery performance
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Optimize UE Design for Greater Battery Run-Time Webcast Slides
Slides for the April 26, 2012 webcast
Seminar Materials 2012-04-26
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