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de Roest, M.A. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Masoud, A. (author)
In this work two radios with heterogeneous characteristics have been paired to enable mobile sensor nodes to achieve a significantly higher reliable connectivity at a lower total energy cost, compared to a single radio. A Patient Monitoring Network (PMN) is developed to elucidate the need for a multi-radio platform. Nordic's nRF51822 Bluetooth...
master thesis 2016
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Van der Jagt, S. (author)
Wireless energy is found to be an enabler for IoT in smart homes. WiFi signals can be used as an energy source to power connected climate sensors. The smart climate product ecosystem is designed and a business model is created as part of an overall implementation startegy.
master thesis 2016
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IJntema, Wieger (author)
Indoor localization is a topic that has been investigated for more than a decade. Yet, no single system exists that is widely adopted as the de facto localization standard. From a research perspective the goal is to obtain a solution that is general, simple and accurate. As the number of devices in the Internet of Things grow, a new set of...
master thesis 2016
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Tan, J. (author)
Computational RFID (CRFID) devices are emerging platforms that can enable perennial computation and sensing by eliminating the need for batteries. Although much research has been devoted to improving upstream (CRFID to RFID reader) communication rates, the opposite direction has so far been neglected, presumably due to the difficulty of...
master thesis 2015
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Van Breukelen, S. (author)
Content creation and content sharing have become part of our daily lives. With modern electronics, creating and sharing content has become very convenient, but this convenience has come at a price. Devices like smartphones that enable us to easily share content, are costly and complex. Devices like USB flash drives, on the other hand, are low...
master thesis 2014
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Huo, L. (author)
Wake-up radio, as a secondary radio transceiver, is implemented to monitor the channel condition so that the main radio can be turned o when there is no communication activity. This thesis work focuses on the analysis of passive wake-up radio (PWUR), where the wake-up radio is entirely powered by the wake-up signal and does not need any...
master thesis 2014
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Doost Mohammady, R. (author)
Cognitive Radios are currently a big challenge for the telecommunications industry. Many efforts are in progress to make communication radio systems as adaptive as possible such that they are aware of their environment and they are self configurable. An ultimate adaptive radio with the specified features is used to be called a Cognitive Radio. A...
master thesis 2009
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