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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

Enabling Rich Applications and Reliable Data Collection in Embedded Wireless Networks with Low-Footprint Devices

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Following the remarkable developments in computing and wireless communication technologies, there has been a rapid proliferation of mobile and embedded computing systems and applications that are becoming ubiquitous in all aspects of modern life, including the enterprise world, the entertainment world as well as in common Continue reading

Real Time Air Quality Reporting System

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This paper presents a project entitled Real Time Air Quality Reporting System, which can detect readings of the air pollution index (API) in the surrounding area of the device is connected with a cheaper cost compared detector system air pollution Continue reading

Design Implementation Of A Microcontroller based External Facility Access Control System

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In order to solve the College of Engineering and Computer Science facility access problem, an automated system that provides exterior doors with a time schedule and allows authorized users to gain access to the facility after hours was developed. Continue reading

Performance Analysis Of Low-power, Short-range Wireless Transceivers

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To address the various emerging standards like Bluetooth TM, Home RF, Wi-fi TM (IEEE 802.11), ZigBee TM etc., in the field of wireless communications, different transceivers have been designed to operate at various frequencies such as Continue reading

Energy Efficiency in Data Collection Wireless Sensor Networks

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This dissertation studies the problem of energy efficiency in resource constrained and heterogeneous wireless sensor networks(WSNs) for data collection applications in real-world scenarios. The problem is addressed from three different perspectives: Continue reading

Evaluating the Impact of Max Transition Constraint Variations on Power Reduction Capabilities in Cell-Based Designs

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Power optimization is a very important and challenging step in the physical design flow, and it is a critical success factor of an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) chip. Many techniques are used by the place and route (P&R) electronic design Continue reading

A Case Study on Iteratively Assessing and Enhancing Wearable User Interface Prototypes

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Wearable devices are being explored and investigated as a promising computing platform as well as a source of personal big data for the post smartphone era. To deal with a series of rapidly developed wearable prototypes, a well-structured strategy is required Continue reading

Cold-cathode Electron Field Emission of Boron Nitride Thin Film With a Mems-based Gate for Space Applications

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Cold-cathode electron field emission is a technology emerging as an appealing alternative to high power thermionic emitters and gas plasma contactors that use a consumable (Xe gas, typically) for space electrodynamic tether systems and other space Continue reading

Parallel Hough Transform-based Straight Line Detection and Its FPGA Implementation in Embedded Vision

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Hough Transform has been widely used for straight line detection in low-definition and still images, but it suffers from execution time and resource requirements. Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) provide a competitive alternative Continue reading

Embedded Wearable Integrating Real-Time Processing of Electromyography Signals

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We realized a non-invasive wearable device able to record muscle activity using patch electrodes positioned on the skin over the muscle. It is an integrated system-on-board developed for the detection of several physical and physiologic human parameters Continue reading