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A Reconfigurable Fpga-Based Architecture for Modular Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks

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3 Author(s)
Portilla, J. ; Univ. Politecnica de Madrid, Madrid ; Riesgo, T. ; de Castro, A.

A reconfigurable platform for sensor networks is presented. This platform has features that allow easy reuse of the node in several applications avoiding redesigning the system from scratch. The node includes an FPGA which is the core of the reconfiguration capabilities of the node. Several hardware interfaces for sensor standard protocols like I2C or PWM have been developed and implemented in the FPGA. Remote reconfiguration is an important feature and sensor networks can take advantage of it in order to improve the global performance.

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Programmable Logic, 2007. SPL '07. 2007 3rd Southern Conference on

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28-26 Feb. 2007