Forest fire detection system based on a ZigBee wireless sensor network

  title={Forest fire detection system based on a ZigBee wireless sensor network},
  author={Junguo Zhang and Wenbin Li and Ning Han and Jiangming Kan},
  journal={Frontiers of Forestry in China},
Compared with the traditional techniques of forest fire detection, a wireless sensor network paradigm based on a ZigBee technique was proposed. The proposed technique is in real time, given the exigencies of forest fires. The architecture of a wireless sensor network for forest fire detection is described. The hardware circuitry of the network node is designed based on a CC2430 chip. The process of data transmission is discussed in detail. Environmental parameters such as temperature and… 
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    Third International Conference on Information Technology and Applications (ICITA'05)
  • 2005
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