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Characterising Wireless Sensor Motes for Space Applications

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This paper is concerned with application of standard wireless COTS protocols to space. Suitability of commercially available wireless sensor mote kits for communication inside and between satellites is investigated. Spacecraft applications of motes are being considered and a set of requirements are identified. Selected mote kits are tested under various scenarios complying with spacecraft testing procedures. The paper details the results of the carried out functional, EMC/I, vibration, thermal and radiation tests.

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Adaptive Hardware and Systems, 2007. AHS 2007. Second NASA/ESA Conference on

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5-8 Aug. 2007

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