The perspective of a wide use of green power motivates the scientific community to study the possibility of fabricating integrated stand-alone devices. In particular, solar energy is one of the most promising renewable powers, and it is widely used in autonomous wireless communication systems. Specifically, integration of sensors and antennas in a solar panel represents a challenge for future technology. In this paper, the feasibility of a single integrated autonomous device equipped with WiFi capability is analyzed, discussing its potentiality in the framework of the Internet of Things.

Antennas and photovoltaic panels: Toward a green Internet of Things

CASO, ROBERTO;GARROPPO, ROSARIO GIUSEPPE;GIORDANO, STEFANO;MANARA, GIULIANO;MICHEL, ANDREA;NEPA, PAOLO;TAVANTI, LUCA;
2016-01-01

Abstract

The perspective of a wide use of green power motivates the scientific community to study the possibility of fabricating integrated stand-alone devices. In particular, solar energy is one of the most promising renewable powers, and it is widely used in autonomous wireless communication systems. Specifically, integration of sensors and antennas in a solar panel represents a challenge for future technology. In this paper, the feasibility of a single integrated autonomous device equipped with WiFi capability is analyzed, discussing its potentiality in the framework of the Internet of Things.
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