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OPTIMIZED SENSOR NODES BY FAULT NODE RECOVERY ALGORITHM

This paper proposes fault node recovery algorithm to enhance the lifetime of wireless sensor networks when some of the sensor nodes shut down  due to absence of battery power. 41 more words

Research: Acoustic source localization using wireless sensor networks

Place of Development: University of Buenos Aires/École Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Caen

Date: 2013/2014

Duration: 1 year

Author: Pablo Manuel Delgado

Supervisors: C. Galarza and M. 2,005 more words

Engineering

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) Market Report

ELECTRONICS.CA PUBLICATIONS announces the availability of a new report entitled “Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) 2014-2024: Forecasts, Technologies, Players”.  According to this report, WSN market will grow to $1.8 billion in 2024. 400 more words

Semiconductor Manufacturing

Wireless Sensor Network Design

A wireless sensor network is quite simply a handsome number of wireless sensor nodes set in one or the other network format (for example mesh or star). 973 more words

Wireless Sensor Networks

Why opt for Wireless sensor networks over the other options?

  • A Wireless sensor network is a network of several nodes equipped with one or more sensors and also a microcontroller, wireless transceiver and energy source.
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Connecting TelosB to Rasberry Pi

This is my first project to work with Rasberry Pi. The Pi needs to act as an base station of the wireless sensor networks, which receives and stores data from the sensor nodes. 202 more words

Java

Introduction to Wireless Sensor networks and it's applications

  • Wireless sensor networks are implemented as self-configured wireless networks to monitor many different conditions be it physical or environmental.
  • These include monitoring the temperature, sound, vibration, motion, pollutants, pressure and many more factors as well.
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