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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Performance Of Wireless Sensor Network In A Greenhouse [desempenho De Rede De Sensores Sem Fio Em Casa De Vegetação]|
|Abstract:||The signal strength is an important parameter to be considered in a project to establish network of wireless sensors in an agricultural environment. This work aims to collect quality data signals transmitted between a base station and a sensor node located inside a greenhouse, which is an experimental field located in the College of Agricultural Engineering - UNICAMP, with the help of computational tools. After sensor node deployment, experiments were performed in order to check range and signal quality. Through these experiments, it was concluded that a radiofrequency power value of -12.2 dBm is sufficient to maintain transmissions between base station and the sensor. Tests were also performed to a radiofrequency power of -9.2 dBm, and showed that the network had quality rated as "very high". However, by testing the battery life, it is noted that there is an energy saving when the radiofrequency power of -12.2 dBm is used. It was shown that the value of the signal strength has an influence on the quality of signal transmission and reception, battery depletion and signal range.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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