An approach to improving the power management system in electronic devices
Author(s)Lim, Jui Min
System Design and Management Program.
James M. Utterback.
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The current power management technology baseline does not address the increasing gap between system charge performance and functionality needs in a smartphone. This gap can eventually inhibit further increases in functionality and develop a balancing loop effect that reduces smartphone growth rates. Longer smartphone operation duration between recharging is currently being addressed with the introduction of low power circuit chips, low power displays and power management software. This thesis explores options that improve overall power management by looking at the power source and recharging methods. This thesis also explores technology transitions and management strategies that address the different multi-mode interactions between technology transitions.
Thesis (S.M. in System Design and Management)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Engineering Systems Division, 2010.Page 100 blank. Cataloged from PDF version of thesis.Includes bibliographical references (p. 98-99).
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Engineering Systems Division.; System Design and Management Program.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Engineering Systems Division
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Engineering Systems Division., System Design and Management Program.