A power management system for energy harvesting and wireless sensor networks application based on a novel charge pump circuit

Abstract : Energy Harvesting circuits are developed as an alternative solution to supply energy to autonomous sensor nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks. In this context, this paper presents a micro-power management system for multi energy sources based on a novel design of charge pump circuit to allow the total autonomy of self-powered sensors. This work proposes a low-voltage and high performance charge pump (CP) suitable for implementation in standard complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technologies. The CP design was implemented using Cadence Virtuoso with AMS 0.35μm CMOS technology parameters. Its active area is 0.112 mm2. Consistent results were obtained between the measured findings of the chip testing and the simulation results. The circuit can operate with an 800 mV supply and generate a boosted output voltage of 2.835 V with 1 MHz as frequency.
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International Journal of Electronics, Taylor & Francis, 2015, pp.1--12. 〈10.1080/00207217.2015.1072848〉
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Rahma Aloulou, Pierre-Olivier Lucas de Peslouan, Hassene Mnif, Frédéric Alicalapa, Jean-Daniel Lan Sun Luk, et al.. A power management system for energy harvesting and wireless sensor networks application based on a novel charge pump circuit. International Journal of Electronics, Taylor & Francis, 2015, pp.1--12. 〈10.1080/00207217.2015.1072848〉. 〈hal-01221978〉

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