Design of a wireless energy harvesting system with a high polarization-purity circularly polarized array
As the search continues for alternate forms of energy sources, one that shows great promise and feasibility is wireless energy harvesting (WEH), which is the ability to harvest radio frequency (RF) energy from ambient or dedicated sources. Wireless energy harvester systems aren’t known for harvesting large amounts of power, however, with the development of the Internet of Things (IoT), WEH technology is seen as a great source of energy for low power wireless sensors in IoT applications due to their ease of implementation and low cost. The purpose of this work is to design a WEH system at ...
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