Vicente E. Mena-Santana

Vicente E. Mena-Santana
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria | ULPGC · Instituto Universitario de Ciencias y Tecnologías Cibernéticas (IUCTC)

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Wireless sensor networks proliferate more and more in all social scopes and sectors. Such networks are implemented in smart homes, smart cities, security systems, medical resources, agriculture, automotive industry, etc. Communication devices and sensors of such networks are powered with batteries: the enlarging of battery life is a hot research to...
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Currently environment protection is a big challenge. One way of protection is focusing on power saving of electrical devices. Although computers and networks are not the main air polluting sources, they are contributing in a considerable way. Multiple proposals to reduce the power consumption have been presented due to the massive usage of the netw...
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Daily human actions cause positive or negative side effects on Environment. A city is a kind of Environment that supports a big amount of people daily causing side effects on it. Urban wastes and car driving are typical actions that pollute the city. Smart city treats to reinvent cities making them a good living environment. Wireless Sensor Network...
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RSSI is a reference magnitude of radio signal strength received by a wireless terminal. Traditionally, it has been used to implement wireless services like scanning in handoff. But its high long term variability (volatility) makes its high precision estimation be impossible, complicating its applicability. Moreover, every wireless terminal has its...
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Ubiquitous sensing allows smart cities to take control of many parameters (e.g., road traffic, air or noise pollution levels, etc.). An inexpensive Wireless Mesh Network can be used as an efficient way to transport sensed data. When that mesh is autonomously powered (e.g., solar powered), it constitutes an ideal portable network system which can be...
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Received Signal Strength Indicator is an indication of power level being received by a wireless device. This parameter for Wireless Fidelity has never been standardized, so any manufacturer implements it measuring as he knows better doing. This is a problem because different scenarios can be found based in several elements like: the particular Wire...

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