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Harvesting artificial light indoors to power perpetually a Wireless Sensor Network node

Pubill, David; Serra, Jordi; Verikoukis, Christos


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certain conditions, to achieve energy neutral WSN devices by harvesting energy from artificial light. The experimental setup consists of an EH module, which powers a WSN source data acquisition node, and a WSN sink node which receives the data sent by the first. The EH module consists of a photovoltaic (PV)&lt;br&gt;
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