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Ultra-Low Power Wireless Technologies for Sensor Networks

Otis, Brian, Rabaey, Jan

2007, XV, 184 p.

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  • About this book

  • Includes an introduction to wireless sensor networks
  • Problems specific to sensor node communications are described and addressed
  • Design methodologies presented
  • Invited chapters by leading research experts
  • The topics presented here can be applied to sensor network transceiver design and extended to all low power, highly integrated radio applications

Ultra-Low Power Wireless Technologies for Sensor Networks is written for academic and professional researchers designing communication systems for pervasive and low power applications. The main emphasis of the book is on design techniques for low power, highly integrated transceivers. Instead of presenting a single design perspective, this book presents the design philosophies from three diverse research groups, providing three completely different strategies for achieving similar goals. The following transceiver styles are represented:

  1. MEMS-assisted super-regenerative transceiver architecture
  2. Ultra-wideband transceiver architecture
  3. Low-IF CMOS transceiver architecture

The design of RF transceiver circuits and architectures is historically (and notoriously) heuristic. By presenting diverse perspectives on transceiver design, Ultra-Low Power Wireless Technologies for Sensor Networks prepares the reader for the countless design decisions they will be making in their own designs.

Ultra-Low Power Wireless Technologies for Sensor Networks also includes invited chapters: "Ultra-Low Power Radio in a Package Using Ultra-Wideband Technology" by Julien Ryckaert and Steven Sanders from Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre and "Low Energy Wireless Communication" by Ben Cook and Kris Pister from the University of California, Berkeley.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » CMOS - Circuits - Integrated - Low Power - Networks - Otis - Rabaey - Sensor - Transceiver - Wireless - communication - microelectromechanical system (MEMS) - ultra-wideband - wireless sensor network

Related subjects » Circuits & Systems - Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Signals & Communication

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