Publication Type:

Conference Paper

Source:

2017 International Conference on Intelligent Sustainable Systems (ICISS) (2017)

Keywords:

Band pass filters, Band reject filters, band stop filters, band-pass filters, Band-stop filters, Communication systems, edge coupled metamaterial filter, Energy harvesting, Energy harvesting systems, energy production, Metamaterials, Microwave filters, microwave signals, network analysers, open loop resonator, Radio frequency, receiver system, remotely placed wireless sensor systems, Resonant frequency, resonator filters, Signal to noise ratio, Split Ring Resonators, vector network analyzer

Abstract:

In modern scenario, energy production without pollution at low cost is a critical task. This paper presents an efficient way to harvest energy from the unused received microwave signals. In communication systems, band stop filters are generally used to reject the unwanted signals to get a better signal to noise ratio. The rejected signals can be converted into useful DC power with the help of energy harvesting systems. The DC power generated thus can be utilized to maintain the power requirements of the receiver system or more attractively for the remotely placed wireless sensor systems where powering the system is crucial. For rejecting the signals an edge coupled metamaterial filter with cover type feed is proposed in this paper. With the help of a Vector Network Analyzer, the proposed filter prototypes are tested and the simulated results are validated

Cite this Research Publication

Betsy George, Sreeja.S.D, B., and Dr. Sreedevi K Menon, “Energy Harvesting using Metamaterial Filters”, in 2017 International Conference on Intelligent Sustainable Systems (ICISS), 2017.