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An example of electric power generation using rotational movement is the self-powered, battery-less, cordless wheel computer mouse cited by . The system is called Soc and is designed as an ultra low power wireless interface for short-range data communication as a wireless battery-less mouse. The system was designed uniquely to capture rotational movements by the help of the mouse ball to generate and harvest electric power. The electric generator is powered through exploiting rolling energy by dragging the mouse. The energy-harvesting system was intended to power the electronic system of a mouse device, such as the ultra low power RF transmitter and microcontroller. The experimental results of the study showed that the mouse only needed 2.2mW energy to operate. The total energy captured using an energy-harvesting system was bigger than 3mW, which was enough for the wireless mouse operations in a transmit range of one meter.
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ABSTRACT Title of thesis: RESONANT CIRCUIT TOPOLOGY FOR RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY HARVESTING Negin Shahshahan, Master of Science, 2012 Directed by: Professor.
Ultra-Wideband (UWB) rectenna design for Electromagnetic Energy Harvesting by In this thesis, then we emphasize in the RF-EM energy harvesting.
Outline Future Work and Prospect Energy Harvesting Techniques • RF Energy • Vibration Energy • Solar Energy Introduction and Motivation.
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Design Optimization and Implementation for RF Energy Harvesting Circuits by Muncuk, Ufuk, M.S., NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, 2012, 53 pages; 1518751.
Master Thesis project in Integrated Devices and Circuits The School of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at KTH, the Royal Institute.
Circuit Design for Energy Harvesting From Digital TV Band by Lewis, David Richard, M.S., NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, 2012, 91 pages; 1518747.
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