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Vol. 16, Special Issue, November 2012, pp. 92-100

 

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A Multi-pipe and Multi-address Switching Wireless Network for Distributed Seismic Data Acquisition System

 

1, 2 Li Huailiang, 1, 2 Tuo Xianguo, 1 Zhu Lili

1 Key Lab of Earth Exploration and Information Techniques of Ministry of Education

2 State Key Lab of Geohazard Prevention and Geoenviroment Protection

Chengdu University of Technology, Box 5256, No. 1,

Erxian Qiao, Dongsan Road, 610059 Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China

E-mail: li-huai-liang@163.com

 

Received: 11 September 2012   /Accepted: 11 October 2012   /Published: 20 November 2012

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems

 

Abstract: It has some issues such as cable layout trouble and low efficiency to wired shallow seismograph when working in complex environment. In this paper, it takes advantage of the current non-standard wireless communication technology, and according to the requirements of distributed seismic data acquisition with multi-node and multi-parameter, a star-shaped wireless network was built which is suitable for seismic data transmission using the networking mode of multi-channel and multi-address switching, and the distributed seismic data acquisition system was accomplished which had the function of synchronous control and asynchronous transmission adopting the method of address matching identification and custom packet combination, thus the additional accessories of traditional wired seismograph was greatly reduced to improve its capacity and efficiency of construction in a harsh environment. The key technical problems and solutions of wireless seismic data transmission is analyzed in detail in this paper, and provided a reliable wireless networking method which is easy to implement and its highly efficient and stable data transport control protocol.

 

Keywords: Wireless network, Shallow seismograph, Data acquisition, WSN, WGN

 

 

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