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Thin film piezoelectric energy scavenging systems for long term medical monitoring

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3 Author(s)
Reilly, E.K. ; California Univ., Berkeley, CA ; Carleton, E. ; Wright, P.K.

For small, inexpensive, ubiquitous wireless sensors to be realized, all constituents of the device, including the power source, must be directly integratable. For long term application the device must be capable of scavenging power from its surrounding environment. An apparent solution lies in conversion of mechanical energy to electrical output via the growth and direct integration of piezoelectric thin film unimorphs with the wireless electronics

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Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks, 2006. BSN 2006. International Workshop on

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3-5 April 2006