A wireless embedded sensor architecture for system-level optimization

@inproceedings{2001AWE,
  title={A wireless embedded sensor architecture for system-level optimization},
  author={},
  year={2001}
}
  • Published 2001
Emerging low power, embedded, wireless sensor devices are useful for wide range of applications, yet have very limited processing, storage, and especially energy resources. Thus, a key design challenge is to support application-specific optimizations in a highly flexible manner. Power consumption and capabilities of the radio communication layer are the dominant factors in overall system performance. This paper presents a wireless sensor node architecture to achieve high communication bandwidth… CONTINUE READING
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