Serbulent Tozlu

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The term “Internet of Things” (IoT) refers to the possibility of connecting sensors, actuators or any device to the Internet. It can lead to a significant change in our daily lives in the way we live and interact with the devices such as home appliances, smart meters, security sensors, HVAC systems, etc. Various companies are exploring this domain as it can(More)
The recent trend towards “Internet of Things” combined with the vision of “Web of Things” generated a momentum in the wireless sensor networks industry. Due to the growing market for smart objects with IP connectivity, several companies introduced low-power Wi-Fi products optimized for sensing applications. However, since IEEE(More)
IEEE 802.11 standard was originally designed for high bandwidth applications targeting consumer electronics market. Hence, it was not considered as a feasible technology for wireless sensor networking applications. Recently, due to the growing market potential for smart objects with IP connectivity, several companies introduced low-power Wi-Fi products(More)
With the recent trends towards green communications, several companies introduced low-power Wi-Fi products targeting application domains such as smart grid utilities, home and building automation, healthcare etc. However, Wi-Fi Routers/Access Points (AP) have not been targeted much so far as they are mains-powered and are “always-on” devices.(More)
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