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ABSTRACT
Self-sufficient energy supply of micro-systems presents a key-feature for innovative micro-system applications, e.g., sensor-networks for condition monitoring purposes. In this paper we present the method of modeling and the characterization of an exemplary energy-harvesting device. The idea of a modulation framework in SystemC is introduced which allows precise modeling of energy supply and demand on a modular, expandable basis. The presented method can be used during early design-stages for system-optimization, regarding performance, dimensions and material use.
INDEX TERMS
Energy-Harvesting, Condition-Monitoring, System-oriented optimization, SystemC
CITATION
Andreas Middendorf, Michael Niedermayer, Nils F. Nissen, Stephan Benecke, Herbert Reichl, Stephan Guttowski, Eduard Kravcenko, Andreas Middendorf, "A System-Oriented Approach for Modeling Energy Harvesting Devices in Wireless Sensor-Modules", Sensor Technologies and Applications, International Conference on, vol. 00, no. , pp. 305-310, 2010, doi:10.1109/SENSORCOMM.2010.54
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