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Thermo-Electric Modules (TEMs) are being increasingly used in power generation as a valid alternative to batteries, providing autonomy to sensor nodes or entire Wireless Sensor Networks, especially for energy harvesting applications. Often, manufacturers provide some essential parameters under determined conditions, like for example, maximum temperature… (More)
This paper proposes the implementation of a low-cost and reliable multipurpose wireless sensor network framework. It has been designed to be easily customizable in order to adapt it to the particular application.