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IN11A-0102: Turtle Nest Monitoring with Wireless Sensor Networks K. Szlavecz1, A. Terzis1, R. Musaloiu1, C.-J. Liang1, J. Cogan1, A. Szalay1, J. Gupchup1, J. Klofas1, L. Xia1
 

Summary: IN11A-0102: Turtle Nest Monitoring with Wireless Sensor Networks
K. Szlavecz1, A. Terzis1, R. Musaloiu1, C.-J. Liang1, J. Cogan1, A. Szalay1, J. Gupchup1, J. Klofas1, L. Xia1
C. Swarth2, S. Matthews2
1The Johns Hopkins University 2Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary, MD
Hardware / Software Deployment Data
Design goals: lower power consumption, better water-proof strategy, higher
scalability and higher reliability.
We are currently preparing and building a network of 200 motes and more than 1000
sensors!
Sealed Bulgin
Connector
5 dBi
Antenna
D-cell
Battery
Desiccant
Tmote Sky Mote Sensor Interface
Board
We use the Tmote Sky platform for its low-power consumption and reliability. We have
designed our own 4-channel analog interface board with its own stabilized reference

  

Source: Amir, Yair - Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences