Harvest Energy from RF Sources (.PDF Download)

Electronic devices are insinuating themselves further into everyday lives, and, of course, they all require power in some form to continue working. Fortunately, energy is all around us in many forms. Power can be converted from wind, light, objects in motion, even by tapping the leftover energy from high-frequency radio transmissions. As the world becomes more electronic in nature, it makes more sense to reuse energy when available, such as in RF/microwave signals, to establish more-efficient

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