Design of ULP circuits for Harvesting applications

Abstract : In the modern devices Ultra-low power consumption is thesurvival key for the energy-harvested sensor node. The reduction of thepower budget can be achieved by mixing different low–power techniquesat three levels of abstraction: transistor level, circuit level and systemlevel. This thesis deals with the analysis and the design of Ultra-LowPower (ULP) circuits suitable for Energy-Harvesting Wireless SensorNetworks (EHWSN). In particular, voltage regulator and RF transmissioncircuits are examined. The former is the main block in powermanagement unit; it interfaces the transducer circuit with the rest of thesensor node. The latter is the most energy hungry block and thusdecreasing its power consumption can drastically increases the sensoron-time.
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Nicola Verrascina. Design of ULP circuits for Harvesting applications. Electronics. Université de Bordeaux, 2019. English. ⟨NNT : 2019BORD0115⟩. ⟨tel-02408334⟩

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