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Wireless energy monitoring in biped robot based on Xbee RF module

@inproceedings{Ahmed2016WirelessEM,
  title={Wireless energy monitoring in biped robot based on Xbee RF module},
  author={Iman Ahmed and Ishak Bin Aris and Mohammad Hamiruce Marhaban and Asnor Juraiza Ishak},
  year={2016}
}
For mobile and humanoid robots, in the field of analysis, conservation, data monitoring,and management of the energy, the need of real time wireless communication for data to access and control is important. Wireless technology, which is widely used not only in close range but also in long range, is a technique which uses electronic components that can interface to the other devices. In this work, the energy sensors, such as voltage and current analogue sensors are connected to the XBee RF… 

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