Thomas Salter

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—While RF energy harvesting has proven to be a viable power source for low-power electronics, it is still a challenge to obtain significant amounts of energy fast and efficiently from the ambiance. Available RF power is usually very weak, resulting in a weak voltage applied to a demodulator to drive it into a region of significant nonlinearity. An RF energy(More)
Parallelization of code, using multiple cores/threads, and heterogeneous computing, using the CPU with other devices, has come to the forefront of computing as methods to reduce the execution time of computationally demanding algorithms. For our project, we test various hardware setups on the maya cluster at UMBC, which include multiple nodes and GPUs, by(More)
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