THERMOELECTRICS

Powering the IoT revolution with heat

Standard silicon CMOS technology can create thermoelectric micro-harvesters that could be used to power numerous IoT devices.

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Fig. 1: Integrated circuit thermoelectric micro-harvesters to power the IoT revolution.

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