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Wireless Sensor Networks In Strain Measurement Systems

@inproceedings{Andrzejczak2012WirelessSN,
  title={Wireless Sensor Networks In Strain Measurement Systems},
  author={Artur Andrzejczak and Andrzej Napieralski},
  year={2012}
}
This article presents aspects concerning use of Wireless Sensor Networks in distributed strain measurement systems based on TULCOEMPA project . Benefits and possible areas of application are being presented. Concerns regarding specific project requirements are emphasized. Followed chapter discusses usage of electrical strain gages, both their assets and shortcomings, required structure of ADC circuit is being presented. Next section discusses aspects of Wireless Sensor Networks in context of… Expand

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