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Survey of the DASH7 Alliance Protocol for 433 MHz Wireless Sensor Communication
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This paper presents the DASH7 Alliance Protocol, an active RFID alliance standard for 433 MHz wireless sensor communication based on the ISO/IEC 18000-7. Expand
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DASH7 alliance protocol 1.0: Low-power, mid-range sensor and actuator communication
This paper presents the DASH7 Alliance Protocol 1.0. It is an industry alliance standard for wireless sensor and actuator communication using the unlicensed sub-1 GHz bands. The paper explains itsExpand
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Accurate Energy Consumption Modeling of IEEE 802.15.4e TSCH Using Dual-BandOpenMote Hardware
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This paper presents an accurate and up-to-date energy consumption model for devices using this IEEE 802.15.4e TSCH mode. Expand
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Adaptive probabilistic model using angle of arrival estimation for IoT indoor localization
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In this paper we studied the possibility of applying angle of arrival (AoA) estimations to localize an IoT transceiver device in an indoor environment. Expand
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DASH7 Alliance Protocol in Monitoring Applications
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In this paper we introduce important aspects of the recently published DASH7 Alliance Protocol v1.0 and showed how it can be used to provide solutions to midrange WSN/IoT use cases in an original and efficient way. Expand
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Flexible Multimodal Sub-Gigahertz Communication for Heterogeneous Internet of Things Applications
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This article presents a novel heterogeneous IoT network architecture that provides applications with a flexible virtual network abstraction on top of a variety of low-power IoT networks with varying characteristics. Expand
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Multi-frequency sub-1 GHz radio tomographic imaging in a complex indoor environment
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We have successfully deployed a Radio Tomographic Imaging system which only utilizes Sub-1 GHz Frequencies in a complex indoor environment. Expand
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Combining multiple sub-1 GHz frequencies in Radio Tomographic Imaging
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Conventional localization systems require the target to carry a tag, which can be highly impractical for some individuals, such as the elderly, or in some situations such as in emergencies. Expand
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Large Scale Distributed Localization Based on RSS and Mass-Spring Model
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A method for large scale distributed localization is developed based on existing technologies including received signal strength and mass-spring model. Expand
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Vision towards an Open Electronic Wallet on NFC Smartphones
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We investigated how an NFC-enabled smartphone can be used as an electronic wallet in an existing solution that originally relied on DESFire tags. Expand
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