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Design of Air Pollution Monitoring System Using ZigBee Networks for Ubiquitous-City

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The innovative Ubiquitous-City was born through convergence of construction, home applications and culture, with development of up to date information technologies and ubiquitous IT. The U-City can be applied to a variety of special situations for managing functions of each city efficiently. This paper focuses on implementation of air pollution monitoring system. First, each sensor was tested after survey about market trends of a variety of sensors for detecting air pollution. Second, wireless communication modules for monitoring system were developed using wireless sensor networks technologies based on ZigBee. And then a performance of modules was estimated in the real-fields. Through software programs written in nesC for efficient routing in wireless networks were simulated using TOSSIM simulator. Finally, integrated wireless sensor board which employs dust, CO2, temperature/humidity sensor and a ZigBee module was developed. The board is embedded device based on AT91SAM7S64 porting uCOS. This paper accelerates the digital convergence age through continual research and development of technologies related the U-City.

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Convergence Information Technology, 2007. International Conference on

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21-23 Nov. 2007