Electromagnetic Energy Harvesting By Using Tunable Metamaterial Absorbers

2015-05-19
Bakir, Mehmet
KARAASLAN, MUHARREM
Dincer, Furkan
Akgol, Oguzhan
ÜNAL, EMİN
DELİHACIOĞLU, KEMAL
Sabah, Cumali
In this study, electromagnetic (EM) energy harvesting by using metamaterial absorber is numerically explained. Operation frequency is 2.40 GHz since it is the industrical scientific and medical (ISM) band. This band is especially chosen due to most of the customer electronic devices are working in this band. Split ring resonator that have two splits on it used in this study, chip resistors are placed on these splits for wireless energy transfer to the devices. 83.6% efficient electromagnetic energy harvesting is theoretically realized.

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Citation Formats
M. Bakir et al., “Electromagnetic Energy Harvesting By Using Tunable Metamaterial Absorbers,” 2015, p. 467, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/68445.