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2009 (Vol. 1, Issue: 1)
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Low Power MPEG Video Player Using Dynamic Voltage Scaling

A. Rajalingam, B. Kokila and S.K. Srivatsa
Corresponding Author:  Rajalingam. A, 

Key words:  DVS (Dynamic Voltage Scaling), Low Power VLSI, MPEG, , , ,
Vol. 1 , (1): Page No: 17-21
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In static voltage mechanism MPEG video player, takes more energy. In our paper dynamic voltage/frequency scaling (DVS) mechanism is implemented and our player scales the voltage level for the frames of next interval based on decoding time prediction. The decoding time of a frame is predicted by the size and the type of the frame. We implemented our mechanism by modifying a traditional MPEG1 decoder. Our experiments show that a significant amount of processor energy savings can be achieved while enhancing QoS of video playback.
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A. Rajalingam, B. Kokila and S.K. Srivatsa, 2009. Low Power MPEG Video Player Using Dynamic Voltage Scaling.  Research Journal of Information Technology , 1(1): Page No: 17-21.
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