Session 19 - Power Management Techniques Energy Harvesting
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S: 19-1 A Low-power Integrated Power Converter for an Electromagnetic Vibration Energy Harvester with 150 mV-AC Cold Startup, Frequency Tuning, and 50 Hz AC-to-DC Conversion
(Authors: Ujwal Radhakrishna, Patrick Riehl*, Nachiket Desai, Phillip Nadeau, Yuechen Yang, Abraham Shin, Jeffrey H. Lang, Anantha P. Chandrakasan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,*Analog Devices, Inc. )

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S: 19-2 A 14 nA Quiescent Current Inductorless Dual-Input-Triple-Output Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting System Based on a Reconfigurable TEG Array
(Authors: Q.Wan, P.K.T. Mok, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

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S: 19-3 Fully-Integrated 57 mV Cold Start of a Thermoelectric Energy Harvester using a Cross-Coupled Complementary Charge Pump
(Authors: S. Bose, T. Anand, and M.L. Johnston, Oregon State University)

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S: 19-4 A Fully Integrated 28nm CMOS Dual Source Adaptive Thermoelectric and RF Energy Harvesting Circuit with 110mV Startup Voltage
(Authors: Yi-Wu Tang, Chien-Heng Wong, Yuan Du, Li Du, Yilei Li, Mau-Chung F. Chang, UCLA )

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S: 19-5 A 5uW-5mW Input Power Range, 0-3.5V Output Voltage Range RF Energy Harvester with Power-Estimator-Enhanced MPPT Controller
(Authors:  X. Hua, R. Harjani, University of Minnesota )

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