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Energy Conservation and Harvesting in Wireless Sensor Networks

شروع موضوع توسط Hossein Ranjbaran ‏30/1/20 در انجمن WSN

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    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have attracted significant attention in monitoring and controlling plants, resources, and infrastructures. These networks are composed of a large number of smart devices called Sensor Nodes (SNs) aimed to work autonomously. The spatially distributed nature of WSNs often requires that the individual SNs be powered by batteries. One of the major limitations on performance and lifetime of SN is the limited capacity of its finite power source, which must be manually replaced when its battery runs out. A viable alternative then is to endow the SNs with appropriate harvesting technologies such as solar, vibrational, wind/water flow, thermal gradient scavenging, electromagnetic direct conversion, and others. These sources can supplement or even entirely replace the battery energy supply. There are complex tradeoffs to be considered when designing energy harvesting and conservation circuits for WSNs arising from the characteristics of the energy sources, energy storage devices used, power management functionality of the SNs and protocols, and the applications’ requirements. This special issue contains nine papers that roughly cover some topics that are important for future applications of harvesting and conservation techniques in WSNs. The following paragraphs give an overview regarding the content of this special issue.​

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