- A self-driven vector sensor based on BB-TENG is constructed to measure rotation angle and direction in real time.
- The impact of rotor-stator area ratio on the output of TENG was investigated and an algorithm was proposed.
- Speed monitoring with an absolute error of no more than 0.2 rpm is achieved by BB-TENG.
- A passcode dialer is designed based on BB-TENG, which provides enhanced method of authentication against replay attacks.
- In order to monitor the breeze vibration on transmission lines, a self-powered sensor based on dual-mode TENG is proposed.
- A non-contact design is used in the fabricated WM-TENG to reduce the abrasion and to compensate for charge dissipation.
- Feasibility of WM-TENG is verified by variable wind speed and direction tests.
- A self-powered breeze vibration timing system based on WM-TENG is demonstrated through a programmable software platform.
For some reason, I have a task that should accept serial analog signals and find out all positive and negative peaks in real time. The good news is that the algorithm itself does not need to be designed as a hardware circuit. So, let’s try the real power of ReactiveX in processing data streams.
After learning about Scala for a while, I have less resistance to the language of the JVM platform. It seems that not all languages are as rigid and difficult to use as Java. Maybe JetBrains came up with something that works? With this idea, I tried to port DynamicData to Kotlin. However, the reality is that Kotlin reveals the dilapidation of JVM everywhere, and there is still a long distance from small and beautiful.