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Sharma, Suryansh (author)
master thesis 2020
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Kortbeek, V. (author), Yildirim, Kasim Sinan (author), Bakar, Abu (author), Sorber, Jacob (author), Hester, Josiah (author), Pawełczak, Przemysław (author)
Tiny energy harvesting sensors that operate intermittently, without batteries, have become an increasingly appealing way to gather data in hard to reach places at low cost. Frequent power failures make forward progress, data preservation and consistency, and timely operation challenging. Unfortunately, state-of-the-art systems ask the...
conference paper 2020
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Majid, A.Y. (author)
Battery-free energy-harvesting devices have the potential to operate for decades, since they draw power fromvirtually unlimited energy sources, such as sunlight. However, ambient energy sources are volatile, and tiny harvesters can extract only weak power from them. Thus, small energy-harvesting devices operate intermittently: first, they charge...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Blokland, Boris (author)
The Internet of Things is a promising vision which enables trillions of sensor devices to be connected. A common bottleneck for such devices is the energy supply. Using batteries is expensive, it reduces the device lifetime and has a negative impact on the environment. Energy harvesting provides a more sustainable solution. Unfortunately,...
master thesis 2019
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Kortbeek, Vito (author)
Tiny batteryless sensing systems that do not have a constant supply of power have become an increasingly appealing way to gather data, in hard to reach places, at low cost. These systems suffer from frequent and unpredictable power loss. Preserving information through power failures is an ancillary challenge. Unfortunately, state-of-the-art...
master thesis 2019
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