• Corpus ID: 14645928

Low Power Operating System and Wireless Networking for a Real Time Sensor Network

@inproceedings{Wixted2002LowPO,
  title={Low Power Operating System and Wireless Networking for a Real Time Sensor Network},
  author={Andrew Wixted and Daniel Arthur James and David Victor Thiel},
  year={2002}
}
Wireless networking of sensor devices is becoming more pervasive as technology, particularly miniaturization makes more sensing applications possible. Power efficient operating systems and network protocols are key components for wireless sensing applications. This paper presents a low-power operating system and associated wireless protocols that have been developed to operate in a centrally synchronized real-time sensor network. The developed operating system is generic and loosely coupled to… 

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