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Review of substrate-integrated waveguide circuits and antennas
Substrate-integrated waveguide (SIW) technology represents an emerging and very promising candidate for the development of circuits and components operating in the microwave and millimetre-wave
Ambient RF Energy-Harvesting Technologies for Self-Sustainable Standalone Wireless Sensor Platforms
A benchmarking prototype of an embedded microcontroller-enabled sensor platform has been successfully powered by an ambient ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) digital TV signal where a broadcasting antenna is 6.3 km away from the proposed wireless energy-harvesting device.
Gain, phase imbalance, and phase noise effects on error vector magnitude
  • A. Georgiadis
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
  • 22 March 2004
The effects of gain, phase imbalance, and phase noise on EVM are examined on single-carrier, linear, and memoryless modulated signals, such as phase-shift keying and quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM).
Optimal Waveforms for Efficient Wireless Power Transmission
This work shows how using specifically selected or designed waveforms in wireless power transfer (WPT) systems can lead to improved RF to dc conversion efficiency in rectifier circuits in the
Optimum behavior: Wireless power transmission system design through behavioral models and efficient synthesis techniques
In this article, the different challenges and open issues regarding WPT systems have been presented considering both the transmitting and receiving ends. The challenges in the receiving side include
Boosting the Efficiency: Unconventional Waveform Design for Efficient Wireless Power Transfer
Traditionally, wireless power is delivered through single-carrier, continuous-wave (CW) signals. Most research efforts to enhance the efficiency of wireless power transfer systems have been confined
Dual-Band Resistance Compression Networks for Improved Rectifier Performance
In this work, the concept of dual-band resistance compression networks is introduced and applied to the design of rectifier circuits with improved performance. The use of resistance compression
A Novel Ultra-Lightweight Multiband Rectenna on Paper for RF Energy Harvesting in the Next Generation LTE Bands
This paper introduces a novel compact ultralightweight multiband RF energy harvester fabricated on a paper substrate. The proposed rectenna is designed to operate in all recently released LTE bands
Conformal Hybrid Solar and Electromagnetic (EM) Energy Harvesting Rectenna
  • A. Collado, A. Georgiadis
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
    IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I…
  • 29 January 2013
This paper presents the design of a cost effective, hybrid energy harvesting circuit combining a solar cell and a rectenna capable to harvest ambient electromagnetic energy. Electromagnetic analysis
A uW Backscatter-Morse-Leaf Sensor for Low-Power Agricultural Wireless Sensor Networks
A novel, low-cost, and low-power system for leaf sensing using a new plant backscatter sensor node/tag is presented, which can result in the prevention of water waste (water-use efficiency), when is connected to an irrigation system.