Harvesting energy from sunlight or vibrations could lead to battery-free electronics. Yet it can only generate sufficient output where ambient power is present. This research aims to enable a single energy-harvesting source to power many co-located ‘satellite’ systems through safe, robust and efficient radio frequency power transmission.
Radio Frequency-Enabled Multi-Source Energy Harvesting in Inaccessible Environments
29th November 2021
Dr. Mahmoud Wagih, a Research Fellow in the Arm-ECS Research Centre and the University of Southampton’s Smart Electronic Materials and Systems Research Group, has been selected as one of nine engineering researchers awarded grants to advance national security, through a £200k UK Intelligence Community (IC) Research Fellowship. The Government Office…