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Poster abstract

Michael Bajura, Brian Schott, Carl Worth, Ron Riley, Joe Czarnaski
2003 Proceedings of the first international conference on Embedded networked sensor systems - SenSys '03  
INTRODUCTION We introduce a modular power-aware wireless microsensor architecture targeted for unattended ground sensor applications.  ...  A distributed/modular sensor architecture contrasts with the central processor approach used in many observed microsensor systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/958525.958541 fatcat:tbp7auupofa37hfehgfu6ngizu

Poster abstract

Michael Bajura, Brian Schott, Carl Worth, Ron Riley, Joe Czarnaski
2003 Proceedings of the first international conference on Embedded networked sensor systems - SenSys '03  
INTRODUCTION We introduce a modular power-aware wireless microsensor architecture targeted for unattended ground sensor applications.  ...  A distributed/modular sensor architecture contrasts with the central processor approach used in many observed microsensor systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/958491.958541 dblp:conf/sensys/BajuraSWRC03 fatcat:wskxg2fq4vhgfibq5fskps3qeu

Design Considerations for Ultra-Low Energy Wireless Microsensor Nodes

B.H. Calhoun, D.C. Daly, N. Verma, D.F. Finchelstein, D.D. Wentzloff, A. Wang, Seong-Hwan Cho, A.P. Chandrakasan
2005 IEEE transactions on computers  
This tutorial paper examines architectural and circuit design techniques for a microsensor node operating at power levels low enough to enable the use of an energy harvesting source.  ...  A microsensor node using the techniques we describe can function in an energy-harvesting scenario.  ...  Last, a microsensor node should be power-aware.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tc.2005.98 fatcat:xhzv2mokybbcljpvfon5n7247q

Design Considerations for Ultra-Low Energy Wireless Micro Sensor Nodes

Khyati Chourasia, Anubhuti Khare, Manish Saxena
2015 SAMRIDDHI A Journal of Physical Sciences Engineering and Technology  
This tutorial paper examines architectural and circuit design techniques for a micro sensor node operating at power levels low enough to enable the use of an energy harvesting source.  ...  Dedicated hardware implementations improve the efficiency for specific functionality, and modular partitioning permits fine-grained optimization and power-gating.  ...  Power Reduction- In the energy-aware FFT architecture described earlier signals are gated to improve energy efficiency.  ... 
doi:10.18090/samriddhi.v1i2.1585 fatcat:mlngrvw3qjbh3hzswkyeq2wobm

A Semantic-Based Architecture for Sensor Data Fusion

Anastasios Zafeiropoulos, Nikolaos Konstantinou, Stamatios Arkoulis, Dimitrios-Emmanuel Spanos, Nikolas Mitrou
2008 2008 The Second International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies  
We describe an open, standards-based, modular architecture which is based on the current standardization efforts of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and extends them to support Semantic Web techniques  ...  In this paper, we present a three-layer flexible architecture which intends to help developers and end users to take advantage of the full potential that modern sensor networks can offer.  ...  We argue that the use of Semantic Web provides powerful answers to context awareness challenges.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ubicomm.2008.67 fatcat:flye3oxy6baihfek6vzff4rbqa

Design and Implementation of a State-Driven Operating System for Highly Reconfigurable Sensor Networks

Tae-Hyung Kim
2013 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
It provides a powerful way to accommodate complex reactive systems like diverse wireless sensor network applications. The memory usage can be bounded within a state transition table.  ...  Sensed data fusion might be needed before being transmitted as a tradeoff between procession and transmission in consideration of saving power consumption.  ...  TinyOS has been developed as a tailored operating system only for microsensor nodes.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/659518 fatcat:xvqlz7s5a5ga5ixmr23spzchha

Operating System Support for Wireless Sensor Networks

Antonio Augusto Frohlich, Lucas Francisco Wanner
2008 Journal of Computer Science  
The idea of a self-managed network of low-power, autonomous devices, that collects data from an environment and propagates information through a wireless link brought about several new challenges and requirements  ...  In a wireless sensor network, several sensor nodes obtain local data and communicate among themselves in order to create a global vision of an object of study.  ...  INTRODUCTION Recent advances in hardware design and miniaturization have enabled the emergence of a new set of applications to the fundamental concept of computer, in the form of low-power, wireless microsensors  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2008.272.281 fatcat:a5ytgvbawjajzkpvejo52x5sdu

Connecting the physical world with pervasive networks

D. Estrin, D. Culler, K. Pister, G. Sukhatme
2002 IEEE pervasive computing  
communicate with each other (as well as to some more powerful infrastructure) to organize and coordinate their actions.  ...  Underlying this vision is the assumption that sensing a broad set of physical phenomena, rather than just data input, will become a common aspect of small, embedded computers and that these devices will  ...  Moreover, microsensor devices and low-power networks operate bit by bit (or in a few cases, byte by byte), so software must do much of the low-level processing of these flows and events.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2002.993145 fatcat:iusayufrgndtda6jiy6hntlyne

Self-organizing distributed sensor networks

Loren P. Clare, Gregory J. Pottie, Jonathan R. Agre, Edward M. Carapezza, David B. Law, K. Terry Stalker
1999 Unattended Ground Sensor Technologies and Applications  
Improved network protocols have been designed and simulated that are expected to enhance performance in bootstrap and routing, and these will be integrated into the existing modular system architecture  ...  Collections of these integrated microsensor nodes may be formed into sensor networks in a wide variety of ways, with characteristics that depend on the specific application -the total number of nodes,  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The work reported herein represents part of the effort of a large joint UCLA/ Rockwell Science Center design team, and is supported by the DARPA Tactical Technology Office under the AWAIRS  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.357138 fatcat:auyrq25u4fgfxabxoljinncw6a

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) [chapter]

Liang Cheng, Qing Ye
2007 Encyclopedia of Wireless and Mobile Communications  
The main objective behind this research paper is to do a comprehensive review of various simulation tools of Wireless Sensor Networks to enable researcher to select the most competent tool for simulating  ...  A comprehensive review of 31 WSN simulators is being presented along with their respective features comparison to assist researchers in advanced WSN based research.  ...  of modular design.  ... 
doi:10.1201/noe1420043266.ch172 fatcat:zkhgwn755jc6dodnesbmni44y4

mems based design of wsn.pdf

ganesh E N
2022 figshare.com  
These building blocks enable the fabrication of complete systems in a low cost module, which include sensing, signal processing, and wireless communications.  ...  Together with innovative and focused network design techniques that will make possible simple deployment and sustained low power operation, the small size and cost can be enabling for a very large number  ...  We are presently constructing a large number of prototype nodes, with the intended application of situational awareness.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.19608108.v1 fatcat:b5scoq5nqrh7xbp3amk2ukvedq

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring for Enhanced Healthy Buildings [chapter]

Gonçalo Marques, Rui Pitarma
2018 Indoor Environmental Quality [Working Title]  
Since most people spend 90% of their time indoors, the indoor environment has a determining influence on human health.  ...  This chapter consists of a general overview of several real-time monitoring systems developed and published by the authors.  ...  IoT architectures should incorporate wireless communication technologies.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.81478 fatcat:4biolg5a6zcchnmujjagio3jve

Sensor

Vijay Kumar
2003 SIGMOD record  
We visualize the world as a fully connected information space where each object communicates with all other objects without any temporal and geographical constraints.  ...  This report introduces a number of excellent research articles which present unique problems and their success in finding efficient solutions for them.  ...  They reported their ongoing work on QUASAR (Quality Aware Sensing Architecture) and discussed the future of sensor-based data architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1145/959060.959064 fatcat:lvxv2krgenbw7lwa26jw3y27nu

Smart Environments and Cross Layer Design [chapter]

Ozlem Karaca, Radosveta Sokullu
2010 Smart Wireless Sensor Networks  
A wireless sensor network which consists of a large number of sensor nodes is deployed in environmental fields to serve various applications.  ...  A smart wireless sensor network must be able to deal with these constraints as well as to guarantee the connectivity, coverage, reliability and security of network's operation for a maximized lifetime.  ...  resource in wireless sensor networks is the power of the nodes.  ... 
doi:10.5772/13403 fatcat:wi37iifqvndizj5akg3badzo7y

Wireless sensor networks: applications and challenges of ubiquitous sensing

D. Puccinelli, M. Haenggi
2005 IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine  
Sensor networks offer a powerful combination of distributed sensing, computing and communication.  ...  The distinguishing traits of sensor networks have a direct impact on the hardware design of the nodes at at least four levels: power source, processor, communication hardware, and sensors.  ...  The pushpins are 18 mm × 18 mm modular devices with a power substrate, an infrared communication module, a processing module (Cygnal C8051F016) and an expansion module (e.g., for sensors); they are powered  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcas.2005.1507522 fatcat:2nv3pj2grjhnxmg2lvire3tksa
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