publication . Bachelor thesis . 2012

Multi-Source Energy Harvesting for Wireless Sensor Nodes.

Kang, Kai;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2012
  • Publisher: KTH, Skolan för informations- och kommunikationsteknik (ICT)
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
The past few years have seen an increasing interest in the development of wireless sensor networks. But the unsatisfactory or limited available energy source is one of the major bottlenecks which are limiting the wireless sensor technology from mass deployment. Ambient energy harvesting is the most promising solution towards autonomous sensor nodes by providing low cost, permanent, and maintenance-free energy source to wireless sensor nodes. In this paper, we first invested available energy source such as solar, vibration, thermal and other potential energy sources, and described the mathematical model of each energy source. Secondly, a novel adaptive topology m...
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arXiv: Computer Science::Networking and Internet Architecture
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