Ultra-Low Power, Low Voltage, Self-Powered Resonant DC-DC Converter for Energy Harvesting

Abstract : This article presents a resonant DC-DC converter suitable for ultra-low power and low voltage sources. This original topology allows a self-starting and a self-operation under harsh conditions of input voltage and power without any additional start-up assistance. A global theoretical modeling of the converter which includes start-up and steady-state phases is presented and a methodology for optimal design is detailed. It is based on the combination of both theoretical calculations and circuit simulations. Experimental tests based on discrete prototypes are carried out in order to demonstrate the good operation of the converter. Experimental tests have been achieved using an RF energy harvesting source. Ultra-low power and low voltage conditions as low as 3 μW and 100 mV respectively can be achieved as demonstrated by the experimental measurements. The input low voltage is stepped-up to a conventional level of some volts, what allows to power autonomously and solely low power circuits from energy harvesting sources.
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Journal of Low Power Electronics, American Scientific Publishers, 2013, 9 (1), pp.103-117. 〈10.1166/jolpe.2013.1245〉
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Salah-Eddine Adami, Nicolas Degrenne, Walid Haboubi, Hakim Takhedmit, Denis Labrousse, et al.. Ultra-Low Power, Low Voltage, Self-Powered Resonant DC-DC Converter for Energy Harvesting. Journal of Low Power Electronics, American Scientific Publishers, 2013, 9 (1), pp.103-117. 〈10.1166/jolpe.2013.1245〉. 〈hal-00827533〉

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