This second book by the author on WSNs focuses on the concepts of energy, and energy harvesting and management techniques.
Definitions and terminologies are made clear without leaning on the relaxing assumption that they are already known or easily
reachable, the reader is not to be diverted from the main course. Neatly drawn figures assist in viewing and imagining the
offered topics. To make energy related topics felt and seen, the adopted technologies as well as their manufacturers are presented
in details. With such a depth, this book is intended for a wide audience, it is meant to be helper and motivator, for the
senior undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers, and practitioners; concepts and energy related applications are laid out,
research and practical issues are backed by appropriate literature, and new trends are put under focus. For senior undergraduate
students, it familiarizes with conceptual foundations and practical projects implementations. Also, it is intended for graduate
students working on their thesis and in need of specific knowledge on WSNs and the related energy harvesting and management
techniques. Moreover, it is targeting researchers and practitioners interested in features and applications of WSNs, and on
the available energy harvesting and management projects and testbeds. Exercises at the end of each chapter are not just questions
and answers; they are not limited to recapitulate ideas. Their design objective is not bound to be a methodical review of
the provided concepts, but rather as a motivator for lot more of searching, finding, and comparing beyond what has been presented
in the book.