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Green energy boosted by analog circuitry

1/13/2009 04:00 PM EST
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re: Green energy boosted by analog circuitry
XRF   1/13/2009 11:02:04 PM
Energy harvesting has been of great interest to me for may years. I would have thought a film material would have been invented able to be molded into the PWB material or wrapped like cling film onto a hot surface or a cloth material would be very useful and use the energy conversion from heat to electricity for cooling purposes

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