Smart SensorDVB: sensor network development boards with smart antennas

  title={Smart SensorDVB: sensor network development boards with smart antennas},
  author={D. Leang and Antonis Kalis},
  journal={2004 International Conference on Communications, Circuits and Systems (IEEE Cat. No.04EX914)},
  pages={1476-1480 Vol.2}
As sensor nodes reach cubic millimeter dimensions, it will become more difficult to achieve efficient wireless communication in sensor networks due to size, cost, and power constraints. In this paper we show that the use of smart antennas in millimeter-scale systems is necessary, achievable, and highly desired. A proposed design for sensor network hardware platforms supporting smart antennas is given. Termed SensorDVB, these platforms are small, modular, inexpensive, and built entirely from… CONTINUE READING
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