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Here is a collection of the Design Articles, Case Studies, Product How-To articles that have been published on Smart Energy Designline and, in some cases, over the last few years. Power Management Designline Check back frequently! This list will be updated as new articles arrive. And, obviously, articles are presented in chronological order with most recent on top. Design articles: . (04/12/2012) Vibration energy harvesting for wireless sensor networks: Assessments and perspectives By CEA-Leti . (04/06/2012) Bridging energy harvesting wireless sensor networks to TCP/IP By EnOcean Inc. . (03/23/2012) Energy harvesting & battery pack protection from shunt charger IC systems By Linear Technology Corp. . (2/27/2012) Energy harvesting, wireless sensor networks & opportunities for industrial applications By CEA-Leti . (2/6/2012) Ultracapacitors: Best option for EV energy storage technology By Ioxus . (1/23/2012) Coupling a supercapacitor with a small energy harvesting source By CAP-XX Ltd . (1/8/2012) Power-management functions for energy harvesting By Texas Instruments . (12/2/2011) Shunt charger ICs harvest energy, protect batteries By Linear Technology Corp. . (11/21/2011) Evolving energy harvesting with FRAM By Jacob Borgeson . (11/7/2011) Energy harvesting and renewable energy sources By John Donovan is editor of low-powerdesign.com . Energy harvesting for autonomous systems: (10/6/2011) ; Part 1 ; Part 2 ; Part 3 ; Part 4 Part 5 By the University of Southampton, Hampshire, U.K. . (06/28/2011) The potential of energy harvesting means there’s nothing to lose . (05/11/2011) Aircraft structures take advantage of energy harvesting implementations By Linear Technology Corp. . (05/10/2011) Low power solar energy harvesting in a compact footprint By Linear Technology Corp. . (5/3/2011) Actuation-powered wireless switch eases remote controls By EnOcean GmbH . (5/2/2011) Energy harvester produces power from local environment, eliminating batteries in wireless sensors By Linear Technology Corp. . Ultralow-voltage energy harvester powers wireless sensors from waste heat. ; Part 1 (01/13/2011) Part 2 By Linear Technology Corp. . (6/7/2010) Managing the power in wireless sensor networks powered by energy-harvesting circuitry By CAP-XX Ltd . (3/20/2009) Energy harvesting for wireless sensor networks By Cymbet . (11/10/2008) Good vibrations for energy harvesting . (01/14/2007) Zero-power modules point the way for energy harvesting By Advanced Linear Devices Inc. . (9/23/2006) Energy harvesting: A battle against power losses IEEE Georgia Tech Analog and Power IC Design Lab . (2/14/2006) Harvesting energy into lithium-ion batteries By IEEE Georgia Tech Analog and Power IC Design Lab . (10/10/2005) Self-powered systems -- can they eliminate the need for batteries? By Advanced Cerametrics Inc. . (8/29/2005) Harvesting ambient energy By IEEE . (6/30/2005) Energy-harvesting chips and the quest for everlasting life By IEEE Georgia Tech Analog and Power IC Design Lab Read also: LED - Design archive Power Line Communication – Design archive ---------------------------
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