Electrical current measurement system for energy harvesting applications

@article{Heller2016ElectricalCM,
  title={Electrical current measurement system for energy harvesting applications},
  author={Simon Heller and Fabian Mueller and Michael Kroener and Peter Woias},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  year={2016},
  volume={773}
}
The measurement of the dynamic power consumption is an important task in the field of energy harvesting regarding the characterization and optimization of low power systems. This paper reports on the development and characterization of a computer-controlled measurement system for the measurement of the dynamic current consumption of low power systems in a range from 100 nA to 100 μA, with a time resolution down to 1 μs. 

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