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Title: Wireless sensors and instruments : networks, design, and applications
Authors: Eren, Halit.
Keywords: Wireless communication systems | Electronic instruments | Sensor networks | Hệ thống truyền thông không dây | Mạng cảm biến
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Boca Raton, Fla. : Taylor & Francis,
Abstract: Advances such as 3-G mobile communications networks demonstrate the increasing capability of high-quality data transmission over wireless media. Adapting wireless functionality into instrument and sensor systems endows them with unmatched flexibility, robustness, and intelligence. Wireless Sensors and Instruments: Networks, Design, and Applications explains the principles, state-of-the-art technologies, and modern applications of this burgeoning field. From underlying concepts to practical applications, this book outlines all the necessary information to plan, design, and implement wireless instrumentation and sensor networks effectively and efficiently. The author covers the basics of instruments, measurement, sensor technology, communication systems, and networks along with the theory, methods, and components involved in digital and wireless instruments. Placing these technologies in context, the book also examines the principles, components, and techniques of modern communication systems followed by network standards, protocols, topologies, and security.
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