SAND: a modular application development platform for miniature wireless sensors

@article{Ouwerkerk2006SANDAM,
  title={SAND: a modular application development platform for miniature wireless sensors},
  author={Martin Ouwerkerk and Frank J. Pasveer and Nur Engin},
  journal={International Workshop on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks (BSN'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={5 pp.-170}
}
A modular application development platform for miniature wireless sensor/actuator devices called small autonomous network devices (SANDs) is described. As an application example a system power breakdown of a real-time ECG analysis is presented. The application development SANDs have a volume of about one cubic centimeter. Based upon testing and optimization the schematics and specifications are obtained for the mass-production SANDs. Utilizing system in package (SiP) technology the volume can… CONTINUE READING
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