An UHF Wireless Power Harvesting System - Analysis and Design

Stanimir Stoyanov Valtchev, DEE Group Author

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Abstract

This paper presents a system to harvest electromagnetic energy from the environment. The proposed solution differs from others already existent in the literature because it makes possible to harvest energy from a large frequency spectrum. Typically the existing energy harvesting systems only gather energy from one specific source, thus not taking advantage of the several RF sources existing in one place. The full system and its componentsare simulated and implemented, and the results obtained are shown. The system harvest energy from UHF sources, and converts the harvested energy to a DC voltage, in order to feed electronic devices. This conversion is made through the utilization of a voltage multiplier, followed by a voltage regulator.
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Title of host publicationPES 2011: Proceedings of extended abstracts
Pages141-142
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2011
EventPES 2011: 10th International Conference on Applied Electromagnetics (ПЕС Conference), September 2011, Nis, Serbia -
Duration: 1 Jan 2011 → …

Conference

ConferencePES 2011: 10th International Conference on Applied Electromagnetics (ПЕС Conference), September 2011, Nis, Serbia
Period1/01/11 → …

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