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Wirelessly Powered and Battery-Free LoRaWAN Wireless Sensing Nodes Designed for Communicating Reinforced Concrete

Abstract : A Wireless Sensor Network dedicated to Structural Health Monitoring applications in harsh environments, which is the basis for the design of a communicating reinforced concrete, is presented. An autonomous wirelessly powered and battery-free LoRaWAN Sensing Node is highlighted here. The presented system measures temperature and humidity from its environment and transmits the recovered data to a Communicating Node, which interconnects the physical and digital worlds whilst simultaneously powering the Sensing Nodes via a far-field Wireless Power Transmission interface.
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Gael Loubet, Ethan Gardner, Alexandru Takacs, Andrea de Luca, Florin Udrea, et al.. Wirelessly Powered and Battery-Free LoRaWAN Wireless Sensing Nodes Designed for Communicating Reinforced Concrete. International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (IWSHM), Sep 2019, Standford, United States. ⟨10.12783/shm2019/32230⟩. ⟨hal-02553310⟩

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