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Micaz and TelosB
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Specifications and the differences (Micaz and TelosB)

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  • 1. Design Project Presentation By: K. Deepak Raj 2011A8PS348G
  • 2. AGENDA  Introduction  MicaZ  Hardware Components  Software Components  TelosB  Specifications  MicaZ vs. TelosB
  • 3. Introduction  A sensor network contains many sensor nodes.  A sensor node contains microcontroller, transceiver, external memory, power source and one or more sensors.  Motes are building blocks of Wireless Sensor Networks.  The most popular motes are:  Mica2  MicaZ  TelosB
  • 4. MicaZ
  • 5. Hardware components  Microprocessor: Atmel ATmega128L  7.3728 MHz clock  128 kB of Flash for program memory  4 kB of SRAM for data and variables  2 UARTs  Serial Port Interface (SPI) bus  Dedicated hardware I2C bus  Radio: Chipcon’s CC2420  External serial flash memory: 512 kB  51-pin expansion connector  Eight 10-bit analog I/O  21 general purpose digital I/O  User interface: 3 programmable LEDs  JTAG port  Powered by two AA batteries  1850 mAh capacity Logger Flash ATMega128L controller Analog I/O Digital I/O Freq. Tunable Radio 51-PinExpansionConnector Antenna MMCX connector LEDs
  • 6. Software components  TinyOS  it is open source, portable.  designed for low-power wireless devices.  supports scheduling.  component library includes network protocols, distributed  services, sensor drivers, and data acquisition tools.  Programming Environment  Network Embedded System C (nesC): is a component- based, event-driven programming language used to build applications for the TinyOS platform.  Java: Allows portable message structure handling and used for GUI.  Shell scripting: Frontend tool and for writing tools for working smoothly with TinyOS environment
  • 7. TelosB
  • 8. Specifications  TI MSP430 microcontroller with.  10kB RAM  Up to 8Mhz *8 Channels of 12bit A/D  Extremely low power in periods of inactivity  Data collection and programming via USB interface.  Integrated onboard antenna.  1MB external flash for data logging.  Integrated Temperature, Light and Humidity Sensor.
  • 9. MicaZ vs. TelosB MicaZ TeleosB 1. CC2420 IEEE 802.15.4 radio 1. CC2420 IEEE 802.15.4 radio 2. Mcu ATmega128 2. Mcu TIMSP430 3. Modular 3. Not modular 4. Sleep-30A 4. Sleep- 2.4A 5. Wakeup- 60s max 5. Wakeup- 6s max 6. Active- 8MHz 8-bit 6. Active- 4-8MHz 16-bit 7. 250 kbps data rate radio 7. 250 kbps data rate radio
  • 10. Thank you!

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