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Boost-converter-based solar harvester for low power applications

Boost-converter-based solar harvester for low power applications

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A novel implementation of a solar harvester circuit based on a boost DC/DC converter topology is presented. The proposed circuit is able to harvest solar energy down to a power level of 1.6 mW while maintaining comparable performance with previously presented results at higher power levels.

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