Low-power RF chipsets for wireless, embedded sensing Project
This project explores the application of new commercial RF chipsets and research devices being developed at the MIT Microelectronics Laboratory to short-range, moderate-to-high bit-rate, ultra low-power, minimally-complex, channel-shared wireless communication for ubiquitously-embedded smart sensor modules and lightweight, reconfigurable communication networks.
The results of this study can be found in Zoe Teegarden's M.Eng. Thesis:
Embedded Low-Power Wireless Sensor System: Design of a Software Radio Base Station, Teegarden, Z., M. Eng. Thesis, MIT Department of EECS and The MIT Media Laboratory, April 2001.