i want to do my PG project in power efficient embedded web server. for saving the power consumption i should use DVFS algorithm. Could it be posibble with LM3s6965 evaluation board?? help me!!
The schematics for the EK-LM3S6965 evaluation board are found in the Stellaris LM3S6965 Evaluation Board User's Manual which is found on the EK-LM3S6965 Product Folder.
Secondly, the LM3S6965 device itself has the ability to run at different frequencies, which would support the "FS" part, frequency scaling, of DVFS. But as you can see in the LM3S6965 device datasheet in Section 22.1.2 entitled Recommended DC Operating Conditions, the voltage rails are basically centered around a single point and not supportive of "DV", dynamic voltage.
BrandonAzbell thank you some much:):).. could you tell me how to compute or measure the power consumption of the processor and on chip peripheral..
otherwise suggest some microcontroller for power efficient embedded web server application with feasibility of using DVFS algorithm.
The LM3S6965 datasheet has some power consumption data for a specific modeled scenario. Unfortunately, the evaluation board does not provision for easily isolating the power consumption of just the LM3S6965 separate from the other components on the board.
The RDK-S2E (Serial-2-Ethernet) might provide a better opportunity to measure power as it has very little extra stuff on the board to consume power and skew the results. That platform uses a different Stellaris device part number.
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