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Wireless sensor networks: The platforms enabling wireless sensor networks

Wireless sensor networks: The platforms enabling wireless sensor networks,Communications of The ACM,J. Hill,M. Horton,R. Kling,L. Krishnamurthy

Wireless sensor networks: The platforms enabling wireless sensor networks   (Citations: 10)
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    • ...A sensor is a device that has the capability to sense, process and communicate [1]...
    • ...These sensor devices include very small special-purpose sensors such as security tags, generic sensor nodes such as motion sensors and high-bandwidth sensors such as cameras and microphones [1]...

    Hitha Alexet al. MidFusion: An adaptive middleware for information fusion in sensor net...

    • ...Single values listed in tables commonly used for describing platforms [7, 8, 9] lack the context of system architecture and thus cannot be interpreted reliably, leading to questionable results...
    • ...For a concrete platform comparison example, characteristic figures have been compiled for the Crossbow Mica2 and Mica2Dot [7], the Moteiv Tmote Sky [8], the Intel Imote [10] and the BTnode rev3 [9] (see tables 1 and 2). The Mica2 and Mica2Dot represent the de facto standard platform for SNs diering only in form factors and slightly dierent core resources...

    Jan Beutel. Metrics for Sensor Network Platforms

    • ...The low-power radio is the same as on the Berkeley Mica2 Motes [5], making the BTnode rev3 a twin of both the Mica2 Mote and the older BTnode rev2...
    • ... the BTnode rev3 is ideally suited for versatile and flexible functional prototyping of a broad range of applications with the tradeoff possibility of the two radios and the flexibility offered by ample memory resources (see Figure 2). The dual-radio approach provides opportunities to create tiered architectures with high-bandwidth nodes bridging ultra-low-power devices like the Berkeley Motes to Bluetooth-enabled gateway appliances [5], or ...
    • ...When comparing other state of the art platforms for sensor networks (Crossbow Mica2 and Mica2Dot Motes [5], Moteiv Tmote Sky [12] and Intel Imote [10]) a considerable bias towards specific niche application requirements becomes apparent (see Figure 6). The investigation of the properties of the radio systems used shows that there are two different paradigms followed by the competitors platforms; either a low-level ”modem-like” bit-stream ...

    Jan Beutel. Fast-prototyping Using the BTnode Platform

    • ...This new device provides opportunities to create tiered architectures with high-bandwidth nodes bridging ultra-lowpower devices like the Berkeley Motes and Bluetooth-enabled gateway appliances [6], or to investigate duty-cycled multi-front-end devices with wake-up radios [7] or bandwidth‐power‐latency trade-offs...

    Jan Beutelet al. Scalable Topology Control for Deployment-Support Networks

    • ...This new architecture opens new opportunities to interface between ultralow-power devices like the Berkeley Motes and larger devices such as Bluetoothenabled appliances [4], or to investigate duty-cycled multi-frontend devices with wake-up radios [7] or bandwidth‐power‐latency trade-os...
    • ...Similarly, the Intel imote effort [4] has created a proprietary Bluetooth stack that uses TinyOS (available under /tinyos-1.x/beta/platform/imote...

    Jan Beutelet al. Using TinyOS on BTnodes

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