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Enabling ubiquitous wireless sensor networks: A new fault tolerant RF architecture with perpetual electrical power based on 802.15.4 and RFID

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4 Author(s)
Capella, J.V. ; Tech. Univ. of Valencia, Valencia ; Serrano, J.J. ; Ors, R. ; Bonastre, A.

The wireless communications field is in continuous growth and revolution. The current trend toward the use of distributed wireless systems is due to these systems have demonstrated to be a good option due to its flexibility and power. In this line, nowadays there is an enormous demand of wireless connectivity for any industrial control applications, included critical systems. In this paper, we want to discuss possibilities and necessary developments to set up wireless communication for industrial applications in general and critical systems in particular. Furthermore, an abstract definition of a layered architecture for the development of intelligent and distributed control systems based on wireless sensor networks is proposed.

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Radio-Frequency Integration Technology, 2007. RFIT 007. IEEE International Workshop on

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9-11 Dec. 2007