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wang, ruizhi (author)
Traditional power batteries have been unable to meet the requirements of wireless sensor network (WSN) applications which require battery lifetime and no battery replacement. So, harvesting ambient energy and converting it into electrical energy to power wireless sensors has become an alternative to the traditional power sources. Harvesting...
master thesis 2022
Parag, Anirudh Kumar (author)
This work focuses on addressing the fundamental limitation on the minimum cold start-up voltage that could be harvested from a thermoelectric element (TEG) for human-body wearable applications. For ultra-low DC voltages, the challenge translates to generating a timed-signal to amplify it up to a value that could be used to drive, say, a boost...
master thesis 2019