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Pulse Wave Monitoring for Arterial Stiffness Detection Using a Simple Portable Tonometer

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The work presented in this paper concerns the design, fabrication and test of a simple portable device able to measure in real time the cardiac frequency and the pulse wave, plus the pulse velocity in specific conditions (carotid and femoral locations). The sensing part is Continue reading

A Monitoring System for Vegetable Greenhouses based on a Wireless Sensor Network

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A wireless sensor network-based automatic monitoring system is designed for monitoring the life conditions of green house vegetables. The complete system architecture includes a group of sensor nodes, a base station, and an internet data center. For the design Continue reading

Energy Harvesting Chip and the Chip based Power Supply Development for a Wireless Sensor Network

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In this study, an energy harvesting chip was developed to scavenge energy from artificial light to charge a wireless sensor node. The chip core is a miniature transformer with a nano-ferrofluid magnetic core. The chip embedded transformer can convert Continue reading

A Telemetry System Embedded in Clothes for Indoor Localization and Elderly Health Monitoring

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This paper presents a telemetry system used in a combined trilateration method for the precise indoor localization of the elderly who need health monitoring. The system is based on the association of two wireless technologies: ultrasonic and 802.15.4. The use Continue reading

Energy Efficient Strategy for Throughput Improvement in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Network lifetime and throughput are one of the prime concerns while designing routing protocols for wireless sensor networks (WSNs). However, most of the existing schemes are either geared towards prolonging network lifetime or improving Continue reading

Energy-Efficient Boarder Node Medium Access Control Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks

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This paper introduces the design, implementation, and performance analysis of the scalable and mobility-aware hybrid protocol named boarder node medium access control (BN-MAC) for wireless sensor networks (WSNs), which leverages the characteristics Continue reading

Multi-Channel Distributed Coordinated Function over Single Radio in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Multi-channel assignments are becoming the solution of choice to improve performance in single radio for wireless networks. Multi-channel allows wireless networks to assign different channels to different nodes in real-time transmission. In this paper, we propose Continue reading

New Methodology of Designing Inexpensive Hybrid Control-Acquisition Systems for Mechatronic Constructions

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This article presents a new methodology for designing a hybrid control and acquisition system consisting of a 32-bit SoC microsystem connected via a direct Universal Serial Bus (USB) with a standard commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) component Continue reading

WebTag: Web Browsing into Sensor Tags over NFC

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Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) continue to overcome many of the challenges related to wireless sensor monitoring, such as for example the design of smarter embedded processors, the improvement of the network Continue reading

Long-Range Wireless Mesh Network for Weather Monitoring in Unfriendly Geographic Conditions

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In this paper a long-range wireless mesh network system is presented. It consists of three main parts: Remote Terminal Units (RTUs), Base Terminal Units (BTUs) and a Central Server (CS). The RTUs share a wireless network transmitting in the industrial, scientific Continue reading

Optimal Energy-Delay Routing Protocol with Trust Levels for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

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This paper presents the Trust Level Routing (TLR) protocol, an extension of the optimized energy-delay routing (OEDR) protocol, focusing on the integrity, reliability and survivability of the wireless network. TLR is similar to OEDR in that they both are link state Continue reading