Robert Fromm

Robert Fromm
Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig | HTWK · Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

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For power-limited wireless sensor networks, energy efficiency is a critical concern. Receiving packages is proven to be one of the most power-consuming tasks in a WSN. To address this problem, the asynchronous communication is based on wake-up receivers. The proposed receiver circuit can detect on-off keying pulses inside the 868 MHz band with a se...
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For power-limited wireless sensor networks, energy efficiency is a critical concern. Receiving packets is proven to be one of the most power-consuming tasks of a wireless sensor node. Wake-up receivers enable asynchronous communication while maintaining low power consumption. Recent wake-up receiver designs have low sensitivity, high power consumpt...
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The Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is one of the most promising solutions for the supervision of multiple phenomena and for the digitisation of the Internet of Things (IoT). The Wake-up Receiver (WuRx) is one of the most trivial and effective solutions for energy-constrained networks. This technology allows energy-autonomous on-demand communication...
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With the introduction of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in several sectors, wireless, reliable, and energy-saving communication in distributed sensor networks are more important than ever. Thereby, wake-up technologies are becoming increasingly important as they significantly contribute to reducing the energy consumption of wireless sensor nod...
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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are an emerging and promising approach to Internet of Things (IoT). However, energy consumption is regarded as one of the most critical problems in WSNs due to the devices’ limits.To address this problem, an ultra-low-power radio receiver known as a wake-up receiver (WuRx) is used to handle idle listening while the m...
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For power-limited wireless sensor networks, energy efficiency is a critical concern. Receiving packages is proven to be one of the most power-consuming tasks in a WSN. To address this problem the asynchronous communication is based on wake-up receivers. The proposed receiver circuit can detect carrier signals inside the 868 MHz band. Reliable signa...

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