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In mobile devices, the wireless network interface card (WNIC) consumes a significant portion of overall system energy. One way to reduce energy consumed by a mobile device is to transition its WNIC to a lower-power sleep mode when data is not being received or transmitted. This paper investigates client-centered techniques for trading download time for energy savings during TCP downloads, in an attempt to reduce the energy*delay product. Effectively saving WNIC energy during a TCP download isdoi:10.1109/iwqos.2004.1309391 dblp:conf/iwqos/YanKWLLP04 fatcat:4pjocz7a3jfrxe4uuqoigsr2a4