The world of energy harvesting technology has taken a giant leap forward with the introduction of the batteryless wireless sensor system by SIGMASENSE. This patent has the potential to revolutionize the way we collect and communicate data, and it could be one of the most important advancements of the 21st century.
The main idea behind the patent is to create a system that does not need a battery to power a sensor device. Instead, it uses a radio frequency transceiver and a batteryless sensor device to harvest energy from the RF signal and use it to power the sensor and an analog-to-digital converter (ADC). This means that data can be collected and sent to the RF transceiver without the need for a battery, which can be a huge cost-saving benefit.
The advantage of this batteryless wireless sensor system is that it can be used to collect data from hard-to-reach areas, such as remote locations and places without access to electricity. This means that data can be collected in places that weren’t previously possible, and it also means that data can be collected more quickly and efficiently than before.
The patent also outlines how the data collected by the sensor is sent to the RF transceiver, and how the transceiver can then be used to transmit the data to a remote location. This means that data can be collected from a wide range of locations, which can be used to monitor conditions, such as environmental conditions or device conditions.
Another benefit of the patent is that it can be used to monitor the performance of devices in real-time, which can be useful for predictive maintenance. This means that problems can be identified before they become major issues, which can help to save time and money.
The batteryless wireless sensor system developed by SIGMASENSE has the potential to be used in a wide range of applications, from predicting maintenance issues in industrial settings to monitoring environmental conditions in remote locations. It could also be used to monitor device performance in medical settings, or even in the home.
In conclusion, we have seen how the patent developed by SIGMASENSE could open up a world of possibilities in terms of data collection and communication. Although it is a patent, and there is no guarantee that it will make it to the market, it is an exciting development that could revolutionize energy harvesting technology. We look forward to seeing how SIGMASENSE develops this technology in the future.