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The Bumblebee is a self-contained, ultra lightweight, low power 7.6 x 8.7 mm 2 wireless sensor capable of reliably transmitting data over 10 meters to a USB-compatible 433MHz receiver for approximately 3 days continuously on one 0.17g battery. With its small size, microvolt level noise floor, and 0.3g weight, the Bumblebee is well suited for on-body(More)
Recent advances in integrated circuit technology scaling, analog circuitry, and wireless communication have created the possibility for complex low noise, low power wireless instrumentation to be deployed in previously impossible scenarios, particularly in the realm of wireless sensing for biology research and biomedical applications. The generation of(More)
In the context of an era filled with frequent occurrence of emergencies, it is urgent to carry out effective treatment. The existing studies focus their research on general rule of emergency evolution, ignoring the consideration of concrete composition of scenario, while the formulation of contingency plan based on the real evolution process of the(More)
The simultaneous detoxification processes of transformer oil-contained PCBs and heavy metals in medical waste incinerator (MWI) fly ash were developed under sub- and supercritical water. The addition of MWI fly ash to transformer oil-contained PCBs was found to increase the destruction efficiency of PCBs, at the same time, it facilitated reducing the(More)
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