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In this work the idea of cooperation is applied to wireless communication systems. It is generally accepted that energy consumption is a significant design constraint for mobile handheld systems. Wc propose a novel method of cooperative task computing by distributing tasks among terminals over the unreliable wireless link. Principles of multi-processor energy aware task scheduling are used exploiting performance scalable technologies such as dynamic voltage scaling (DVS). We introduce a novel mechanism referred to as D2VS and here it is shown by means of simulation that savings of 40% can be achieved.