DOT11_POWER_MGMT_MODE_STATUS_INFO structure

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The DOT11_POWER_MGMT_MODE_STATUS_INFO structure describes the power mode of the hardware.

Syntax

typedef struct _DOT11_POWER_MGMT_MODE_STATUS_INFO {
  NDIS_OBJECT_HEADER      Header;
  DOT11_POWER_MODE        PowerSaveMode;
  ULONG                   uPowerSaveLevel;
  DOT11_POWER_MODE_REASON Reason;
} DOT11_POWER_MGMT_MODE_STATUS_INFO, *PDOT11_POWER_MGMT_MODE_STATUS_INFO;

Members

Header

The type, revision, and size of the DOT11_POWER_MGMT_MODE_STATUS_INFO structure. The required settings for the members of Header are the following.

Member Setting
Type NDIS_OBJECT_TYPE_DEFAULT
Revision DOT11_POWER_MGMT_MODE_STATUS_INFO_REVISION_1
Size DOT11_SIZEOF_POWER_MGMT_MODE_STATUS_INFO_REVISION_1

PowerSaveMode

The current power mode of the hardware. The mode may be dot11_power_mode_active or dot11_power_mode_powersave, but should not be dot11_power_mode_unknown.

uPowerSaveLevel

One of the following values describing power saving levels:

Value Meaning
DOT11_POWER_SAVING_NO_POWER_SAVING No power saving
DOT11_POWER_SAVING_FAST_PSP Fast PSP
DOT11_POWER_SAVING_MAX_PSP Maximum PSP
DOT11_POWER_SAVING_MAXIMUM_LEVEL Maximum power saving level

Reason

Reason that the device changed into the current power mode.

Remarks

At each transition of the mode change, a device should remember the reason it made the last change.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Versions:_Supported in Windows 8
Header windot11.h (include Windot11.h)