Performance of III–V Solar Cells as Indoor Light Energy Harvesters

@article{Mathews2016PerformanceOI,
  title={Performance of III–V Solar Cells as Indoor Light Energy Harvesters},
  author={I. Mathews and Paul J. King and Frank Stafford and R. Frizzell},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={230-235}
}
Energy-harvesting systems provide power autonomy to individual wireless sensor nodes, allowing simpler deployment, as compared with wired nodes and longer lifetimes than battery-powered ones. Indoor light energy is an abundant source in many applications where solar cells are used to convert the radiant energy to electricity. To allow the greatest functionality in nodes powered by light energy-harvesting systems, the highest power output indoor photovoltaic (PV) devices are required. Amorphous… Expand

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