Experiences of designing micropower wireless devices

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Abstract

We introduce our experiences of designing intelligent wireless devices with mean power consumption far below one milliwatt. An example is a configurable platform offering ultra low power implementation of wireless low-bit-rate devices such as small sensors, tags and actuators. Its versatility is based on configurability, expandability and modularity, giving a basis for the development of various applications. Among the covered topics are also embedded processing platforms supporting ultra low power implementations, clock oscillators, communication parts, sensors and sensor electronics, and considerations of applying parasitic power supplies.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2004
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventWireless Systems Design Conference & Expo - San Diego, United States
Duration: 3 Aug 191410 Mar 2004

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ConferenceWireless Systems Design Conference & Expo
CountryUnited States
CitySan Diego
Period3/08/1410/03/04

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Clocks
Electric power utilization
Electronic equipment
Actuators
Communication
Processing

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Strömmer, E., & Ylisaukko-oja, A. (2004). Experiences of designing micropower wireless devices. Paper presented at Wireless Systems Design Conference & Expo, San Diego, United States.
Strömmer, Esko ; Ylisaukko-oja, Arto. / Experiences of designing micropower wireless devices. Paper presented at Wireless Systems Design Conference & Expo, San Diego, United States.
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