Abstract

Recent advances in the underlying technologies of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have led to its use in different applications, from fields as diverse as battlefield applications to temperature control to healthcare. Research in the different aspects of WSNs is therefore in full swing, in both academia and the industry. In the Wireless Ad-hoc Links using robust Noise-based Ultra-wideband Transmission (WALNUT) project, modulation concepts (and relevant MAC protocols) are intended to be explored which allow for robust ad-hoc radio links with radio nodes implemented on a single CMOS chip.
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Number of pages2
StatePublished - 11 Apr 2012

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Wireless sensor networks
Radio links
Temperature control
Ultra-wideband (UWB)
Telecommunication links
Modulation
Industry

Keywords

  • IR-93291
  • noise based modulation
  • transmit-reference
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • EWI-25299

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