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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1) Wireless Remote Monitoring System for Cultural Heritage

    Allan Huynh, Jingcheng Zhang, Qin-Zhong Ye and Shaofang Gong, pp.1-12

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2) Design of the Remote Climate Control System for Cultural Buildings Utilizing ZigBee Technology

    Jingcheng Zhang, Allan Hyunh, Qinzhong Ye, Shaofang Gong, pp.13-27

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3) Modeling Energy & Reliability of a CNT based WSN on an HPC Setup

    Rohit Pathak, Satyadhar Joshi, pp.28-45

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4) Evaluation of the Pressure in the Sacrum of a Person on an Automobile Seat Exposed to a Sinusoidal Vibration with ZigBee Network

    Alexandre Balbinot and Leonardo Moro, pp.46-58

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5) Energy Level Performance and Optimum Packet Size in Wireless Sensor Networks in Presence of Rayleigh Fading

    Arnab Nandi and Sumit Kundu, pp.59-72

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6) Energy Level Performance of Packet Delivery Schemes in Wireless Sensor Networks in Shadowed Channel

    Arnab Nandi and Sumit Kundu, pp.73-86

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7) Performance Analysis of CDMA Wireless Sensor Networks in Shadowed Environment

    U. Datta, C. Kundu, S. Kundu, pp.87-100

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8) Survey is based on Synchronized and Asynchronized Approach of MAC Protocols in WSN

    Soni Chaurasia, Siddhartha Chauhan, pp.101-109

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9) ZigBee Radio with External Power Amplifier and Low-Noise Amplifier

    Allan Huynh, Jingcheng Zhang, Qin-Zhong Ye and Shaofang Gong, pp.110-121

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10) Improvement in the Sensitivity of PbO Doped Tin Oxide Thick Film Gas Sensor by RF and Microwave Oxygen Plasma Treatment

     J. K. Srivastava, Preeti Pandey, V. N. Mishra and R. Dwivedi, pp.122-130

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11) Design of Control and Interlocking System for a Typical Radar Transmitter

     Nagabhushan Raju Konduru, Nagabhushana Katte, Manikumar C., Rajendra Prasad T., pp.131-135

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12) Towards Improving the Geolocation Estimates Using Light Tags

     Prajas John, Adrine Antony Correya, Jaison Peter, Supriya M. H. and P. R. Saseendran Pillai, 136-143

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13) Attitude Modeling Using Kalman Filter Approach for Improving the Geometric Accuracy of Cartosat-1 Data Products

     Nita H. Shah, B. Islam, pp.144-155

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14) Design and Development of an Automatic Level Crossing Monitoring System Using Wireless Sensor Network in West Central Railway Zone

     Alka Dubey, Ashish Verma, pp. 156-163

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PRODUCT NEWS

 

New High g Piezoresistive Shock Accelerometers

 

San Juan Capistrano, California, USA – Meggitt Sensing Systems, has announced the global market launch of the Endevco® model 72 series, a new family of high-g SMT-mountable piezoresistive accelerometers designed to support a variety of high-reliability acceleration, vibration and shock measurements. Available with a 20,000 g measurement range and a soon-to-be-released 60,000 g version, the Endevco® model 72 series offers broad frequency response, minimum zero shift post-shock event and a Class 3 Rating for electrostatic discharge protection. Its low-profile, miniature, hermetically sealed LCC package weighs just 0.16 grams for significantly minimized mass loading effects. The LCC package can be SMT mounted using production pick-and-place machines and reflow solder for easy installation ...

 

Gary Oria

Director of Product Marketing

Meggitt Sensing Systems

San Juan Capistrano, California, USA

Tel.: 949.276.0486

E-mail: gary.oria@meggitt.com

Piezoresistive Shock Accelerometer

 

 

Incremental Magnetic Ring Encoder

 

Elmhurst, IL (July 7, 2010) - ASM Sensors, Inc. announces the addition of new magnetic encoder rings, PMIR7 series, to the POSIROT® family. These incremental encoder magnetic rings are available in three sizes to accommodate different shaft sizes and yield up to 184,320 pulses per revolution in conjunction with the quadrature encoder read head, PMIS4 series. Both units were designed to operate in harsh environments ...

 

ASM Sensors, Inc.

650 W. Grand Ave., Unit 205

Elmhurst, IL 60126, USA

Fax: 630-832-3204

Tel.: 630-832-3202

E-mail: info@asmsensors.com

Incremental Magnetic Ring Encoder

 

 

Programmable Ultrasonic Sensors

 

Sensing and instrumentation specialists Vydas International Marketing has released the new rugged MassaSonic M-320 series RoHS compliant ultrasonic sensors. The new M-320 smart ultrasonic sensor compliments the successful M-300 series which is already established in world wide markets. Applications for this sensor include, liquid level control, mechanical positioning, roll diameter measurement, web loop/break monitoring, asset tracking, remote monitoring, automatic filling operation, automatic packaging, bulk level control, paper and plastic film processing and many others ...

 

Cliff Wyatt

Vydas

Swan House Passfield Business Centre, Lynchborough Road,

Passfield, Hants, GU30 7SB, UK

Tel.: 44 (0)1428 751822, fax: 44 (0)1428 751833

E-mail: cliff@vydas.co.uk

M-320 smart ultrasonic sensor

 

 

Low-noise Aerospace-qualified Magnetometer

 

Bartington Instruments has recently been taking enquiries from customers about our Mag629 three-axis magnetometer and we’d like to clarify what a versatile piece of equipment it is. Users of this magnetometer have traditionally been from the defence sector, perhaps not surprisingly since the Mag629 complies with a number of Military Standards, including those related to temperature and vibration. However, the 629’s robustness means it is capable of operating in particularly harsh environments and its two-piece construction enables its use in an extremely wide range of applications. For example, the Mag629 is ideal for airframe compensation on standard aircraft but can just as easily be mounted on land or sea-based vehicles ...

 

Ludovic Letourneur

Bartington Instruments

5, 10 & 11 Thorney Leys Business Park

Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 4GE, UK

Tel.: +44 (0) 1993 706565

E-mail: ludovic.letourneur@bartington.com

Aerospace-qualified Magnetometer

 

 

Advanced Ultra-Flat Position Sensor for Use in Space

 

A new contribution to the group of sensors with satellite applications will come from Hoffmann + Krippner, Inc.; the company was recently selected by MOOG Inc., a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and integrator of precision motion control products and systems, to develop and produce a line of innovative position sensors for space-flight applications. Once qualified, these ultra-flat membrane potentiometers will feature noiseless operation and technical capabilities that were previously unknown. These two companies have recently signed an exclusive multi-year agreement that enables MOOG to use these sensors not only in their own products but also for other space applications ...

 

Catherine Tuten

Media & PR Coordinator

Tel.: +1 (404) 586-6817

E-mail: media@hoffmann-krippner.com

Position Sensor

 

 

Long Distance Reflective Switch with Adjustable Sensitivity

 

Carrollton, TX, USA - Providing design engineers with an adjustable reflective switch to meet a number of non-contact reflective object sensing application needs, TT electronics OPTEK Technology has enhanced its long distance reflective switch with adjustable sensitivity and simplified mounting. The OPB725A-18Z device uses an infrared LED and a logic output sensor in a reflective switch configuration, and features a reflective sensing distance of up to 24” depending on the object ...

 

Charlotte Waters,

Marcom Manager, TT electronics plc

4222 S. Staples St., Corpus Christi,

TX, 78411, USA

Tel.: +1-361-985-3166

E-mail: charlotte.waters@ttelectronics-na.com

 Reflective Switch OPB725A-18Z

 

 

Temperature and Humidity Sensor for Construction and Energy-Saving Applications

 

Wireless telemetry specialist Radio-Tech has developed Ecosense, a battery-powered temperature and humidity sensor for internal and external applications. Ecosense is available in three versions: internal, external (reading both temperature and humidity), and surface (reading only temperature conducted through a wall). The sensor “chirps” every five minutes, transmitting its data to Radio-Tech’s RT:Wi5 data hub (or a modbus receiver); the information collected is then sent directly to the relevant server ...

 

Radio-Tech Radio-Tech Limited

U1 & U2, The London Road Campus

London Road, Harlow

Essex CM17 9NA, United Kingdom

Tel.: +44 (0)1279 635849; fax: +44 (0) 1279 442261

E-mail: sales@radio-tech.co.uk

Ecosense

 

 

IO-Link Master and Device Evaluation Tool for Rapid IO-Link Application Development

 

Dresden, Germany, July 7, 2010 - ZMD AG has  announced the availability of two new evaluation tools which will allow customers to quickly and easily develop IO-Link master applications as well as device applications. The evaluations and development tools are built around the company’s ZIOL2401 IO-Link high-voltage driver which supports IO-Link master ports, IO-Link device ports, and standard I/O applications. The ZIOL2401 evaluation tools help designers to reduce the time to production by enabling them to develop and test both the master (controller) and the sensor end of the link ...

 

Gabriele Taschler

ZMDI Marketing Communications Manager

Tel.: +49.351.8822.668

E-mail: gabriele.taschler@zmdi.com

ZIOL2401

 

 

Interoperability of High Power Vibration Energy Harvesting with Low Power Wireless Sensor Networks

 

Chicago, IL - Perpetuum Ltd., of Southampton, UK and Dust Networks® of Hayward, California, have demonstrated using the GE Bently Nevada Insight. Mesh that energy harvesting-powered wireless sensor networks are a practical reality even in the most demanding applications. Industrial condition monitoring systems can have high volume data transmission requirements and the consequent impact on power budgets is significant. However, the combination of Dust Networks’ low power SmartMesh® WSN products with High Power Vibration Energy Harvesters from Perpetuum, delivers an effective solution to meet market needs, as demonstrated this week at the Sensors Expo conference in Chicago, Illinois ...

 

Kevin Marzano

Perpetuum Ltd.

Tel.: 773-883-7246

E-mail: kevin.marzano@perpetuum.com

 

 


 

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