Strategizing Power Utilization within Intelligent Tags

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Volume - 4 Issue - 3                           
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : Dr. JKR Sastry , Dr. A. Vinya Babu


Dr. JKR Sastry , Dr. A. Vinya Babu."Strategizing Power Utilization within Intelligent Tags". International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology (IJPTT), V4(3):11-16 May - Jun 2014, ISSN:2249-2615,, Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.


Power management within intelligent Tags is one of the most important issues that must be given with utmost importance as the Tags are driven by battery power and the longevity of the battery must be increased so as to reduce the requirement of reducing frequency of charging or replacing the battery. Intelligent tags have many built-in functions that are required for supporting many of the intelligent issues such as identification, locating the tags etc. Each built-in intelligence requires certain amount of power. An event taking place either internally or externally involves usage of a set of intelligent modules which all adds to the requirement of certain amount of power. Power management has a direct impact on the latency with which the intelligent functions can be supported. This paper presents some of the strategies for power saving when a set of relevant functions are to be activated keeping in view of power and latency reduction.


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Power reduction, PSM, CAM, Latency reduction, Intelligent Tag, power saving, Conserving battery discharge, battery saving, battery recharging