6 edition of Ultra-Low Energy Wireless Sensor Networks in Practice found in the catalog.
February 15, 2008
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||396|
Publisher Summary. This chapter deals with a wireless sensor and actuator network (WSAN) and its main characteristics. A wireless sensor network (WSN) in its simplest form can be defined as a network of devices denoted as nodesthat can sense the environment and communicate the information gathered from the monitored field through wireless links; the data are forwarded, possibly via multiple. DECT Ultra Low Energy (DECT ULE) is a wireless communication standard used to design wireless sensor and actuator networks for smart home applications. DECT ULE originated from the DECT and NG-DECT (Cat-iq) technology. DECT ULE devices are .
“The Art of Wireless Sensor Networks: Volume 1: Fundamentals” focuses on the fundamentals concepts in the design, analysis, and implementation of wireless sensor networks. It covers the various layers of the lifecycle of this type of network from the physical layer up to the application layer. Applications of Sensor Networks, 10 Focus of This Book, 12 Basic Overview of the Technology, 13 Basic Sensor Network Architectural Elements, 15 Brief Historical Survey of Sensor Networks, 26 Challenges and Hurdles, 29 Conclusion, 31 References, 31 2 Applications of Wireless Sensor Networks 38
An Ultra Low Energy bit Rate-Resolution Scalable SAR ADC for Wireless Sensor Nodes Abstract: A resolution-rate scalable ADC for micro-sensor networks is described. Based on the successive approximation register (SAR) architecture, this ADC has two resolution modes: 12 bit and 8 bit, and its sampling rate is scalable, at a constant figure-of Cited by: Wireless sensor network (WSN) refers to a group of spatially dispersed and dedicated sensors for monitoring and recording the physical conditions of the environment and organizing the collected data at a central measure environmental conditions like temperature, sound, pollution levels, humidity, wind, and so on. These are similar to wireless ad hoc networks in the sense that.
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"Ultra-Low Energy Wireless Sensor Networks in Practice stands by itself as an essential guide to a promising-and potentially disruptive technology." (RFID Journal, February ). Ultra Low Energy Wireless Sensor Networks in Practice: Explains the essential problems and issues in real wireless sensor networks, and analyzes the most promising solutions.
Provides a comprehensive guide to applications, functionality, protocols, and algorithms for by: : Ultra-Low Energy Wireless Sensor Networks in Practice: Theory, Realization and Deployment () by Kuorilehto, Mauri; Kohvakka, Mikko; Suhonen, Jukka; Hämäläinen, Panu; Hännikäinen, Marko; Hamalainen, Timo D.
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have written the first practical guide to wireless sensor networks. The authors draw on their experience in the develop. This book presents an in-depth study on the recent advances in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). The authors describe the existing WSN applications and discuss the research efforts being undertaken in this field.
Theoretical analysis and factors influencing protocol design are also by: This is the first book that introduces the energy efficient wireless sensor network techniques and protocols.
The text covers the theoretical as well as the practical requirements to conduct and trigger new experiments and project ideas. activity in the wireless channel, or goes back to sleep imme-diately otherwise. Due to its simplicity and eﬀectiveness, LPL has been a popular approach to energy-eﬃcient MAC protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs).
A multi-tude of LPL-based MAC protocols has been developed in recent years [8,18,19], and LPL has been implemented by. This book serves as an introductory text to the field of wireless sensor networks at both graduate and advanced undergraduate level, but it will also appeal to researchers and practitioners wishing.
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have emerged as a phenomenon of the twenty-first century with numerous kinds of sensor being developed for specific applications. The origins of WSNs can, however, be traced back to the early days of connectivity between computers and their peripherals.
Work with distributed sensor networks is evidenced in the literature during the latter part of the s Author: Philip Sallis. "Kuorilehto et al. have written the first practical guide to wireless sensor networks.
The authors draw on their experience in the development and field-testing of autonomous wireless sensor networks (WSNs) to offer a comprehensive reference on fundamentals, practical matters, limitations and solutions of this fast moving research area."--Jacket.
This book provides readers with a state-of-the-art description of techniques to be used for ultra-low-power (ULP) and ultra-low-cost (ULC), short-range wireless receivers. Readers will learn what is required to deploy these receivers in short-range wireless sensor networks, which are proliferating.
Book Description. Written by award-winning engineers whose research has been sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), IBM, and Cisco's University Research Program, Wireless Sensor Networks: Principles and Practice addresses everything product developers and technicians need to know to navigate the provides an all-inclusive examination of the major wireless sensor.
Aiming at the energy savings in a wireless sensor network based on the IEEE standard, the work presented in  reports a hybrid approach, combining the advantages of TDMA and Hopping.
Jean-Marie Dilhac, Vincent Boitier, in Energy Autonomy of Batteryless and Wireless Embedded Systems, Brief historical perspective. Although it is currently the subject of much discussion, in research laboratories as well as in the industrial world, the concept of wireless sensor networks is quite old.
We will not pretend that it was the first instance of its implementation, but it is. This book explores both the state-of-the-art and the latest developments in wireless sensor networks technology. It describes the fundamental concepts and practical aspects of wireless sensor networks and addresses challenges faced in their design, analysis and deployment.
It is believed that the book will serve as a comprehensive reference for graduate and undergraduate senior students who Cited by: Wireless Sensor Networks presents a comprehensive and tightly organized compilation of chapters that surveys many of the exciting research developments taking place in this field.
Chapters are written by several of the leading researchers exclusively for this book. Authors address many of the key challenges faced in the design, analysis and deployment of wireless sensor networks.5/5(2). Power Conservation Techniques in Wireless Sensor Networks: /ch This chapter discusses power conservation problems in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs).
The problem arises from the fact that WSNs have limited energy sinceCited by: 1. 8 introduction to wireless sensor networks in the development of hardware and software, and the design of network architectures and protocols for sensor networks.
Abstract. Energy consumption is a major challenge in wireless sensor network (WSN). Most of the routing algorithms focus on energy efficient paths, For the analysis of such algorithms at low cost and in less time; we believe that, simulation gives the better : M. M. Chandane, S. G. Bhirud, S.
V. Bonde.Traditionally, how to reduce energy consumption has been an issue of utmost importance in wireless sensor networks. Recently, radio frequency (RF) energy harvesting technologies, which scavenge the ambient RF waves, provided us with a new paradigm for such networks.
Without replacement or recharge of batteries, an RF energy harvesting wireless sensor network may live an eternal : Cheon Won Choi.In the context of wireless sensor networks, energy prediction models are increasingly useful tools that can facilitate the power management of the wireless sensor network (WSN) nodes.
However, most of the existing models suffer from the so-called fixed weighting parameter, which limits their applicability when it comes to, e.g., solar energy.