Yuelong Tian

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—In wireless rechargeable sensor networks (WRSN), rechargeable sensor nodes harvest ambient RF energy from power sources such as the RFID readers. However, the simultaneous transmissions may cause severe communication collisions. Different from traditional approaches which mainly resolve such collisions at the MAC layer, in this work we optimize the(More)
Metallocene of zirconium were used as a catalyst for an insertion polymerization of 1-methylsilene directly into pre-ceramic precursor polyzirconocenecarbosilane (PZCS) during dechlorination of dichlorodimethylesilane by sodium, which exhibits high catalytic effectiveness with the maximum conversion ratio of polycarbosilane up to 91%. The average molecular(More)
—The Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform (WISP) has become a very promising experimental platform of wireless rechargeable sensor networks (WRSN), which integrates the sensing and computation capabilities to the traditional RFID tags. In such kind of networks, the simultaneous transmission may introduce severe communication collisions, which have(More)
A wireless rechargeable sensor network (WRSN) is an emerging type of sensor network that is capable of harvesting wireless energy from the ambient environment. For example, the Wireless Identification Sensing Platform (WISP) [1] can harvest ambient Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Radio Frequency (RF) energy from commercial RFID readers to power its computation,(More)
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