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10 Years of mote evolution

Libelium has published a couple of comments about the last study made by the Sensors & Instrumentation Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) based in London, UK. The study titled Power Management Technologies to Enable Remote and Wireless Sensing” which main focus is on establishing best practices and identifying remaining performance barriers in implementing self-powered wireless sensor networks.

The methodologies have been grouped in 3 sets depending on the level the optimization focuses on. Issues explored related to the themes of:

  • Microprocessor level Power Management
  • Node level Power Management
  • Network-level Power Management

The study also talks about the mote evolution from the first generation heading WeC by the University of Berkeley to the last generation of multiprotocol ones such as Waspmote.

You can read both entries and download the study from the Libelium World section.

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