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In this paper, we introduce GroundHog 2009 benchmarking suite that can be used to evaluate the power consumption of reconfigurable technology implementing applications targeting the mobile computing domain. This benchmark suite includes seven designs; one design targets fine-grained FPGA fabrics, and six designs are specified at a high level, which allows them to target a range of reconfigurable technologies. Each of the six designs can be stimulated with synthetically generated input stimuli created by a tool included in the suite. Additionally, another tool can help verify the correctness of each implemented design. Finally,we use our benchmark suite to evaluate the power consumption of two modern FPGAs targeting the mobile domain.