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Smart transducer interface in embedded systems for networked sensors based on the emerging IEEE 1451 Standard: H2 Detection Case Study

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4 Author(s)
Sergio Saponara ; Dept. of Information Engineering, University of Pisa, Via G. Caruso, 16 - I-56122 (Italy) ; Esa Petri ; Luca Fanucci ; Pierangelo Terreni

Sensors and actuators are used, often networked in a distributed control system, in a number of applications ranging from industrial automation to environmental condition monitoring/control, to intelligent transport systems or to homeland defense. The paper reviews the implementation for embedded systems of a sensor network interface, based on the emerging IEEE 1451 family of standards, targeting smart transducers, i.e. sensors or actuators integrating on-chip also the mixed-signal processing chain and a digital communication host port. As application case example, a networked system of hydrogen sensors to monitor the gas leak in hydrogen-based vehicles is presented.

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Intelligent solutions in Embedded Systems, 2009 Seventh Workshop on

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25-26 June 2009