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Title: Desarrollo de un sistema de harvesting por radiofrecuencia
Author: Gil Díaz, Arian
Director: Monzo Sánchez, Carlos
Tutor: Ortega Redondo, Juan Antonio
Keywords: RF
energy management
Issue Date: 31-May-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: With the increasing use of IoT technologies and the advancement of 5G networks, there is a trend towards a connected society. Concepts such as Smart Cities are becoming a clearer reality every day. In order to adapt the technology that allows the development of these concepts, a wide network of sensors and systems that allow the handling and sending of information is necessary. To achieve this objective, it is necessary to equip them with devices that generate the energy that they are going to consume, taking advantage of the energy sources in the environment. This is where harvesting systems play a crucial role. These will transform this energy into electrical power that allow the autonomy of the devices that make up the network. Given the large number of signals that are present in the radioelectric spectrum, these can be a source of energy that allows the autonomy of the devices that manage to capture it. RF harvesting systems use antennas to capture this signal and convert it into an energy source. The objective pursued by this work is the design of an RF collection system, establish the necessary requirements for operation and control and management of energy storage. For this reason, a demonstrator will be implemented to store the RF energy in the environment and manage the energy necessary for the operation of the system. The expected result will be an intelligent system, capable of managing energy and optimizing its consumption.
Language: Spanish
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