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Wireless Sensor Mote (TelosB) Ultra low-power wireless module for sensor networks, monitoring app, rapid prototyping Key Features 2.4GHz 802.15.4 radio, 250kps 8MHz processor, 10k RAM, 48k Flash Fast wakeup (6 μ s) 1MB external flash (16 segments, each 64kB) Ultra low current consumption TinyOS support
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Some Useful Components of Mote/TOS Radio UART Timer (unique) Flash memory LEDs Sensor(s)
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Some Research Area in WSN Wireless Communication Localization Calibration Time Synchronization Routing (Data-Centric Routing) Deployment, Lifetime optimization Signal Processing - compression, detection Storage (Data-Centric Storage) Mobility
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Wireless Communication Ideal model Real model * [Ganesan TR ’02][ Marco Zuniga et al., USC]
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Wireless Communication transitional connected disconnected distance (m) PRR Empirical: link behavior * – Three regions*: Connected Disconnected Transitional – Transitional region :
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2011 for the course CIS 4930 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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