Ekho

Josiah David Hester, Timothy Scott, Jacob Sorber

Research output: Other contribution

Abstract

Ekho is an emulator capable of recording energy harvesting conditions and accurately recreating those conditions in the lab. This makes it possible to conduct realistic and repeatable experiments involving energy harvesting devices. Ekho is a general-purpose, mobile tool that supports any harvesting technology.

https://github.com/jhester/ekho
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - 1800

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Energy harvesting
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Hester, J. D., Scott, T., & Sorber, J. (1800). Ekho.
Hester, Josiah David ; Scott, Timothy ; Sorber, Jacob. / Ekho. 1800.
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Research output: Other contribution

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