Reconfiguring the software radio to improve power, price, and portability

Abstract

Most modern software-defined radios are large, expensive, and power-hungry, and this diminishes their utility in low-power, size-constrained settings like sensor networks and mobile computing. We explore the viability of scaling down the software radio in size, cost, and power, and show that an index card-sized, sub-$150, 'AA' battery-powered system is… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2426656.2426683

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@inproceedings{Kuo2012ReconfiguringTS, title={Reconfiguring the software radio to improve power, price, and portability}, author={Ye-Sheng Kuo and Pat Pannuto and Thomas Schmid and Prabal Dutta}, booktitle={SenSys}, year={2012} }