Commit e255ecb5 authored by U-RAJESH-SIS\rajesh's avatar U-RAJESH-SIS\rajesh

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\subsection{Experiment Setup \& Calibration}
\raj{still figuring out what to do here. we need to describe the base setup
and then extend it for the user study}
All our experiments were conducted in a meeting room using the setup shown
in Figure~\ref{fig:exprsetup}. This simulates an office environment and the
transmitting and receiving antenna arrays were placed at the 2 corners of
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\label{fig:nouser}
\end{figure}
Our first experiment was to determine how much harvested energy \anon could
Our first experiment was to determine how much harvested energy \name could
produce. To do this, we placed our wearable device at three different
locations on the table. The three positions L1, L2 and L3 were 1.91, 1.32
and 1.17 meter from the transmitter with an angle of 45\degree, 28\degree
and 0\degree with respect to the transmitter's antenna array respectively.
We measured the voltage of the wearable's super capacitor before and after
activating \anon for 15 minutes. The wearable's components
activating \name for 15 minutes. The wearable's components
(microcontroller, accelerometer and RF module) consumes energy while the
energy harvester stores energy in the super capacitor. Thus, if the
harvested power is higher than the consumed power, the voltage level at the
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Figure~\ref{fig:nouser} shows the results of this experiment. In all 3
positions, \anon was able to deliver enough power to operate the wearable
positions, \name was able to deliver enough power to operate the wearable
device and charge the capacitor (residual power is higher than 0) with
positions L2 and L3 having the highest charging potential.
% These results
%show that \anon can deliver sufficient power to operate a reasonably
%show that \name can deliver sufficient power to operate a reasonably
%complicated sensordevice.
\subsection{Effect of Duty Cycle}
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