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On the limits of effective hybrid micro-energy harvesting on mobile CRFID sensors

Jeremy Gummeson, Shane S. Clark, Kevin Fu, Deepak Ganesan
2010 Proceedings of the 8th international conference on Mobile systems, applications, and services - MobiSys '10  
study that stresses the limits of effective ambient energy harvesting for diverse workloads, (3) application studies that demonstrate the benefits of hybrid CRFIDs, and (4) a trace-driven simulator to  ...  Our results show that hybrid harvesting CRFIDs, which use an ambient energy micro-harvester, can complete a variety of useful workloads-even in an environment with little ambient energy available.  ...  A central challenge in designing hybrid harvesting CRFIDs is dealing with the limited amount of harvested energy.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1814433.1814454 dblp:conf/mobisys/GummesonCFG10 fatcat:rji3jwl5yvg7tnaqogqhkqzkam

Hybrid-powered RFID sensor networks

Shane S. Clark, Jeremy Gummeson, Kevin Fu, Deepak Ganesan
2009 Proceedings of the 7th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems - SenSys '09  
Specifically, we show that a CRFID-based accelerometer sensor can provide both realtime and delayed access to time-stamped sensor data when provided with a small amount of solar energy.  ...  We demonstrate that RFIDs augmented with ambient energy-harvesting capabilities may be used as a first-class sensor platform, allowing them to operate untethered from reader infrastructure.  ...  The size and cost of reader infrastructure motivates the use of on-tag energy harvesting to enable sparse or mobile sensor deployments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1644038.1644093 dblp:conf/sensys/ClarkGFG09 fatcat:trv3qgiqnrh6ndet7ora6okca4

BLISP: Enhancing backscatter radio with active radio for computational RFIDs

Ivar in't Veen, Qingzhi Liu, Przemyslaw Pawelczak, Aaron Parks, Joshua R. Smith
2016 2016 IEEE International Conference on RFID (RFID)  
We demonstrate the world's first hybrid radio platform which combines the strengths of active radio (long range and robustness to interference) and Computational RFIDs (low power consumption).  ...  when WISP is in range of an RFID interrogator for the majority of the time.  ...  INTRODUCTION 4 by [10] exercises a hybrid power solution based on RF power harvesting and an energy storage device.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rfid.2016.7488010 dblp:conf/rfid/VeenLPPS16 fatcat:tj2qzkvyjncrfgfha45xuu75bq


Jeremy Gummeson, Pengyu Zhang, Deepak Ganesan
2012 Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Mobile systems, applications, and services - MobiSys '12  
RFID-scale sensors present a new frontier for distributed sensing. In contrast to existing sensor deployments that rely on battery-powered sensors, RFID-scale sensors rely solely on harvested energy.  ...  Our key contribution is the design of a coordinated bulk transfer protocol for RFID-scale sensors that maximizes channel utilization and minimizes energy lost due to idle listening while also minimizing  ...  Looking beyond CRFID research, there has been substantial work on energy management in harvesting-based sensors.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2307636.2307644 dblp:conf/mobisys/GummesonZG12 fatcat:64fbfhqwrnaexfopzw2gs2rpoq

Fast and Reliable Burst Data Transmission for Backscatter Communications

Jumin Zhao, Xiaojuan Liu, Dengao Li
2019 Sensors  
Computational radio frequency identification (CRFID) sensors are able to transfer potentially large amounts of data to the reader in the radio frequency range.  ...  is close to the theoretically optimal value under different energy-harvesting and channel conditions.  ...  Our proposed scheme in this paper enables passive sensing communication to adapt to dynamic energy-harvesting and channel conditions and to facilitate their application in the field of mobile sensing and  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19245418 pmid:31835333 pmcid:PMC6960812 fatcat:6mbu62lusnehhgvho374jvu3bm

A Review of IoT Sensing Applications and Challenges Using RFID and Wireless Sensor Networks

Hugo Landaluce, Laura Arjona, Asier Perallos, Francisco Falcone, Ignacio Angulo, Florian Muralter
2020 Sensors  
Some of these challenges are the efficiency of the energy harvesting, communication interference, fault tolerance, higher capacities to handling data processing, cost feasibility, and an appropriate integration  ...  Additionally, two emerging trends in IoT are reviewed: the combination of RFID and WSNs in order to exploit their advantages and complement their limitations, and wearable sensors, which enable new promising  ...  energy harvester and read range: These are considered to be two of the most important limitations because both sensor nodes and RFID tags are made of scarce resources [14, 15] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20092495 pmid:32354063 pmcid:PMC7249175 fatcat:r3ywla4q65dkjln53upsiewxmu

Peripheral state persistence for transiently-powered systems

Gautier Berthou, Tristan Delizy, Kevin Marquet, Tanguy Risset, Guillaume Salagnac
2017 2017 Global Internet of Things Summit (GIoTS)  
Several energy-related considerations limit the resources available for computation on CRFIDs, limiting the utility of CRFIDs as a general-purpose computing platform.  ...  Each of these challenges limits the suitability of energy harvesting as the sole supply of power for devices.  ... 
doi:10.1109/giots.2017.8016243 dblp:conf/giots/BerthouDMRS17 fatcat:r2vbvtjlnvdlxkkt6ldrw43l6m

Energy Harvesting and Wireless Transfer in Sensor Network Applications

Naveed Anwar Bhatti, Muhammad Hamad Alizai, Affan A. Syed, Luca Mottola
2016 ACM transactions on sensor networks  
On the Limits of Effective Hybrid Micro-energy Harvesting on Mobile CRFID Sensors.  ...  Being one of the most crowded portions of the spec- trum, harvesting energy from these frequencies is typically very effective.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2915918 fatcat:mrlt2yqt3zakvnyxqfovthmei4