The electronics industry continues to drive previous boundaries of integration and functional density toward completely autonomous, self-powered micro systems. The feasibility of subsystems that can support activities of specific interest, such as those of sensors or of small, "smart" and portable objects, in an autonomous way from the energy point of view is addressed. The goal is to overview research activities on energy aware RF applications, presenting the state-of-the art of the potentials for energy autonomy gathered from available ambient sources. Due to the variability and the lack of environmental energy disposal, innovative multi-source platforms that allows the best dynamic cooperation between the different subsystems are investigated. Topics will cover issues from current RF and vibration harvesting technologies, energy aware systems, and the most recent advances in EM/nonlinear co-design and modeling. Technologies and CAD solutions.

RF micro-power harvesting from multi-resonator receivers

COSTANZO, ALESSANDRA;MASOTTI, DIEGO;RIZZOLI, VITTORIO
2010

Abstract

The electronics industry continues to drive previous boundaries of integration and functional density toward completely autonomous, self-powered micro systems. The feasibility of subsystems that can support activities of specific interest, such as those of sensors or of small, "smart" and portable objects, in an autonomous way from the energy point of view is addressed. The goal is to overview research activities on energy aware RF applications, presenting the state-of-the art of the potentials for energy autonomy gathered from available ambient sources. Due to the variability and the lack of environmental energy disposal, innovative multi-source platforms that allows the best dynamic cooperation between the different subsystems are investigated. Topics will cover issues from current RF and vibration harvesting technologies, energy aware systems, and the most recent advances in EM/nonlinear co-design and modeling. Technologies and CAD solutions.
Digest of IEEE EuMC Workshop WFS05: Energy Challenges in RFIDs and Wireless sensors
WS05-3_01
WS05-3_15
A. Costanzo; D. Masotti; V. Rizzoli
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