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Vol. 18, Special Issue, January 2013, pp. 156-165

 

Selected papers from the 3rd International Conference on Sensor Device Technologies and Applications (SENSORDEVICES' 2012)
and The 6th International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications (SENSORCOMM' 2012),

19 - 24 August 2012, Rome, Italy

 

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Low Power Consumption Wireless Sensor Communication System Integrated with an Energy Harvesting Power Source

 
Vlad MARSIC, Alessandro GIULIANO and * Meiling ZHU

School of Applied Sciences, Cranfield University

Cranfield, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom, MK43 0AL

E-mail: v.a.marsic@cranfield.ac.uk, a.giuliano@cranfield.ac.uk, m.zhu@cranfield.ac.uk

 

 

Received: 15 November 2012   /Accepted: 14 December 2012   /Published: 22 January 2013

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems

 

Abstract: This paper presents the testing results of a wireless sensor communication system with low power consumption integrated with an energy harvesting power source. The experiments focus on the systemís capability to perform continuous monitoring and to wirelessly transmit the data acquired from the sensors to a user base station, for realization of completely battery-free wireless sensor system. Energy harvesting technologies together with system design optimization for power consumption minimization ensure the systemís energy autonomous capability demonstrated in this paper by presenting the promising testing results achieved following its integration with structural health monitoring and body area network applications.

 

Keywords: Vibration scavenging, Energy harvesting, Low power consumption, Wireless sensor communication system

 

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