Tiny Energy Harvester

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The rumbling you feel driving along a bridge may soon serve a purpose beyond just waking you up behind the wheel. Researchers at MIT have developed a tiny energy harvester that is able to harness low-frequency vibrations like those made by a bridge or pipeline and converting them to electricity for wireless sensors. The next step for the project is to get the device to pick up lower-frequency vibrations and generate at least 100 microwatts of power, a target that would be able to power a whole network of wireless sensors.

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