Smart Dust --- Hardware for Wireless Sensor Networks
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I gave this talk as part of a seminar on Massively Distributed Systems at the Distributed Systems Group, Chair of Computer Science IV of RWTH Aachen University.

I gave this talk as part of a seminar on Massively Distributed Systems at the Distributed Systems Group, Chair of Computer Science IV of RWTH Aachen University.

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  • 1. Smart Dust Hardware for Wireless Sensor Networks Martin Jansen Distributed Systems Group Chair of Computer Science IV RWTH Aachen University http://ds.cs.rwth-aachen.de 1
  • 2. Agenda 1. Introduction 1.1. Use Cases 1.2. Requirements 1.3. Hierarchies 2. Hardware implementations 2.1. Intel Mote 2.2. Telos 2.3. eXtreme Scale Mote 3. Summary 2
  • 3. 1. Introduction • Wireless Sensor Networks are also called „Smart Dust“ • „[N]etworks of interconnected computing devices deeply embedded into the physical environment (...) providing detailed instrumentation of many points over large spaces, both natural and artificial.“ • The nodes of a sensor network are called Motes. 3