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DASH7 alliance protocol 1.0: Low-power, mid-range sensor and actuator communication
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The paper explains its historic relation to active RFID standards ISO 18000-7 for 433 MHz communication, the basic concepts and communication paradigms of the protocol, and the implementation of every OSI layer. Expand
Survey of the DASH7 Alliance Protocol for 433 MHz Wireless Sensor Communication
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The DASH7 Alliance Protocol, an active RFID alliance standard for 433 MHz wireless sensor communication based on the ISO/IEC 18000-7, is presented and a software stack implementation named OSS-7 is introduced, which is an open source implementation of the Dash7 alliance protocol used for testing, rapid prototyping, and demonstrations. Expand
DASH7 Alliance Protocol in Monitoring Applications
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This paper introduces important aspects of the recently published DASH7 Alliance Protocol v1.0 specification for wireless sensor and actuator networks and describes two practical use cases as examples of how Dash7 can be used to efficiently solve specific problems. Expand
Adaptive probabilistic model using angle of arrival estimation for IoT indoor localization
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The experimental results show the potential of using AoA-based localization for indoor environments and the proposed adaptive probabilistic model outperforms the traditional static probabilism model in terms of the localization accuracy and the stability of the position estimate. Expand
Accurate Energy Consumption Modeling of IEEE 802.15.4e TSCH Using Dual-BandOpenMote Hardware
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An accurate and up-to-date energy consumption model for devices using this IEEE 802.15.4e TSCH mode is presented, which accurately models the consumption for all possible packet sizes and that the calculated consumption on average differs less than 3% from the measured consumption. Expand
Flexible Multimodal Sub-Gigahertz Communication for Heterogeneous Internet of Things Applications
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A novel architecture that uses a multimodal device for flexibly employing a variety of heterogeneous sub-1 GHz wireless networks into a single flexible virtual network substrate is proposed, which greatly increases network flexibility, resilience, and performance. Expand
Multi-frequency sub-1 GHz radio tomographic imaging in a complex indoor environment
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This work deployed a combined 433 MHz and 868 MHz RF sensor network in a complex indoor environment and performed localization when a human individual was present in the environment and proved the feasibility of using a combination of sub-1 GHz frequencies in RTI for indoor localization in complex environments. Expand
Combining multiple sub-1 GHz frequencies in Radio Tomographic Imaging
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It is proved the feasibility of combining only frequencies under 1 GHz in an RTI system, by improving the state-of-the-art fusion of two frequencies and studying two approaches to combine the RTI images generated by one frequency with the other. Expand
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 (MSM), which creates a theoretical model and a scaled up simulation using an MSM-based algorithm. Expand
Vision towards an Open Electronic Wallet on NFC Smartphones
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This work investigated how an NFC-enabled smartphone can be used as an electronic wallet in an existing solution that originally relied on DESFire tags, and implemented a Java Card applet that is compatible with the DESFire specification and explored how this applet can be deployed on the different possible solutions for the Secure Element (SE). Expand
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