Energy-efficient characterization of solar panel-supercapacitors systems for energy-harvesting aware wireless sensor nodes

@inproceedings{Cunha2009EnergyefficientCO,
  title={Energy-efficient characterization of solar panel-supercapacitors systems for energy-harvesting aware wireless sensor nodes},
  author={Adriano B. da Cunha and Di{\'o}genes Cecilio da Silva},
  booktitle={PIMRC},
  year={2009}
}
  • Adriano B. da Cunha, Diógenes Cecilio da Silva
  • Published in PIMRC 2009
  • Computer Science
  • Emerging technologies for ambient energy harvesting have enabled the development of Energy-Harvesting Aware Wireless Sensor Networks. This paper presents a new energy efficient approach for the characterization of a system composed of a solar mini-panel and supercapacitors (supercaps) that is able to supply energy to the sensor node from the three possible sources, namely, the supercapacitor (supercap), the backup battery and the solar-panel itself. Besides the efficiency this approach… CONTINUE READING

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