EnergyHarvesting2

EnergyHarvesting2 - to asynchronous digital event for...

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Emerging Technologies of  Computation Montek Singh COMP790-084 Sep 27, 2011
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Case studies CEA-LETI (power management) Univ. of Newcastle (power management) Imperial College (biosensors) Next time: UCLA (solar) Caltech (acoustic) Challenges and Benefits Open questions Today:  Energy Harvesting  Systems
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Managy power management  subsystem harvested power vs. stored  power low/medium/high power  modes In center is digital power  controller multiple harvestors multiple sensors multiple processing “loads” CEA-LETI case study
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Convert analog events (energy level change, sensor input)…
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Unformatted text preview: to asynchronous digital event for controller CEA-LETI case study Background: switched capacitor power converters reconfigure topology to convert voltages Newcastle case study Propose capacitor bank with an intelligent switching controller Newcastle case study Piezoelectric harvesters Experiments with different voltage converters Newcastle case study Biosensors/harvesters directly attached to human body Imperial College case study...
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