Efficient Power Conversion Interface Circuits for Energy Harvesting Applications

Efficient Power Conversion Interface Circuits for Energy Harvesting Applications

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RF-powered devices are typically inductively coupled and extract their energy from the near field while operating within a few inches of the radiating source. Longer operating distances, exceeding 10 meters, are desired for a broader set of applications including distributed sensor networks. This dissertation describes an efficient method for far field power extraction from RF energy to enable long-distance passively powered sensor networks.Energy harvesting methods such as RF powered systems [1, 2], solar powered systems [3, 4], wind powered systems, ... the dependency of devices on batteries and power sources while prolonging their lifetimes or the time between charging of ... A general block diagram of a power harvesting system is shown in Figure 1.1.


Title:Efficient Power Conversion Interface Circuits for Energy Harvesting Applications
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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