. 2 A 2 GHz 52 μ W Wake - Up Receiver with - 72 dBm

Abstract

A wake-up receiver (WuRx) is used in wireless sensor networks (WSN) to detect wireless traffic directed to a node’s receiver and activate it upon detection, improving network latency and energy dissipation by maximizing data transceiver sleep time. The always-on nature of the WuRx sets a power dissipation floor for the entire system. In realistic WSN… (More)

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