Energy Harvesting Sensor Nodes: Survey and Implications

@article{Sudevalayam2011EnergyHS,
  title={Energy Harvesting Sensor Nodes: Survey and Implications},
  author={Sujesha Sudevalayam and Purushottam Kulkarni},
  journal={IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={443-461}
}
Sensor networks with battery-powered nodes can seldom simultaneously meet the design goals of lifetime, cost, sensing reliability and sensing and transmission coverage. Energy-harvesting, converting ambient energy to electrical energy, has emerged as an alternative to power sensor nodes. By exploiting recharge opportunities and tuning performance parameters based on current and expected energy levels, energy harvesting sensor nodes have the potential to address the conflicting design goals of… CONTINUE READING

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