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TinyNose: Developing a wireless e-nose platform for distributed air quality monitoring applications

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7 Author(s)
De Vito, S. ; Phys. Tech. & Mater. Dept., ENEA, Portici ; Massera, E. ; Burrasca, G. ; Di Girolamo, A.
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In this work we present the development and proof of concept testing of a protoype wireless e-nose (w-nose) architecture capable of mesh shaped networking. The proposed w-nose is based on a TelosB by Crossbow Inc. and custom, power aware, TinyOS based components for data gathering and local processing. Sensor nodes are equipped with a small array of nonconductive polymer/CB based chemiresistors operating at room temperature for VOCs indoor monitoring. A properly developed conditioning stage board connects the sensor array to the microcontroller ADC. A single w-nose has been tested in a controlled test chamber for terpenes discrimination, while networked motes operation have been demonstrated in ad-hoc small testing facilities for acetic acid spill detection.

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Sensors, 2008 IEEE

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26-29 Oct. 2008