An Overview of Own Tracking Wireless Sensors with GSM-GPS Features

  • Hamed Yassin-Kassab Applied Electronics and Information Engineering, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
  • Marius-Corneliu Rosu Applied Electronics and Information Engineering, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
Keywords: WS, GPS/GSM/GPRS features, portable devices, operating lifetime/energy consumption

Abstract

Wireless Sensors (WS) mobility and pause time have a major impact directly influencing the energy consumption. Lifetime of a WS Network (WSN) depends directly on the energy consumption, thus, the hardware and software components must be optimized for energy management. This study aims to combine a compact hardware architecture with a smart energy management efficiency in order to increase ratio Lifetime/Energy Consumption, to improve the operating time on a portable tracking system with GPS/GSM/GPRS features and own power. In this paper we present the evolution of own WS tracking architecture with GPS/GSM/GPRS features, basic criterion being the lifetime combined with low power consumption. Concern was focused on hardware and software areas: Large number of physical components led to reconsideration of hardware architecture, while for software, we focused on algorithms able to reduce the number of bits in transmitted data packets, which help to reduce energy consumption. The results and conclusions show that the goal was achieved.

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2021-01-01
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H. Yassin-Kassab and Marius-Corneliu Rosu, “An Overview of Own Tracking Wireless Sensors with GSM-GPS Features”, Adv. technol. innov., vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 47-66, Jan. 2021.
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