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A practical deployment of Intelligent Building Wireless Sensor Network for environmental monitoring and air-conditioning control

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5 Author(s)
Tao Zheng ; National Engineering Laboratory for Next Generation Internet Interconnection Devices, Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, China ; Yajuan Qin ; Deyun Gao ; Junqi Duan
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Wireless sensor network is the core support technology in the framework of the Internet of Things. Environmental monitoring and devices control of intelligent building based on wireless sensor network is considered as one of the most crucial applications. It can perceive several environmental parameters and feedback control information to devices to provide more comfortable environment for people. However, it is difficult to ensure performance of wireless sensor network deployed in the buildings, because there usually are several serious disturbances from coexistence wireless systems and human actions. In this paper, we deploy a practical Intelligent Building Wireless Sensor Network (IBWSN) based on the analysis of actual spectrum, Link Quality Indicator, Received Signal Strength Indicator and Package Loss Rate. Performance evaluation proves that the presented system can satisfy the needs of the proposed applications for environmental monitoring and air-conditioning control.

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2010 2nd IEEE InternationalConference on Network Infrastructure and Digital Content

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24-26 Sept. 2010