@JSP- I don't really cover the types of processors your are asking about, but hopefully some of the techniques and triacks will still apply. Power off as much as you can (hopefully Enet, USB etc cab be powered off/down or at least gate the clocks) and make sure any external devices that are running off your battery are in low power states too. Could you use an external MCU to do the wake-up and put your processor in a really low power state? Wake time of your processor seems to be the big issue however.
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