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Issue No.01 - January-March (2005 vol.4)
pp: 46-52
Olivier Chevalerias , Tyndall National Institute
Terence O'Donnell , Tyndall National Institute
Daith? Power , Tyndall National Institute
Neil O'Donovan , Tyndall National Institute
Gerald Duffy , Tyndall National Institute
Gary Grant , Tyndall National Institute
Se?n Cian O'Mathuna , Tyndall National Institute
ABSTRACT
In the concept of smart environments, miniaturized modules are embedded in everyday objects to provide a better quality of life. Sensors are key elements in these modules. An important issue is how to power the modules for long-term applications. The authors' approach is based on the inductive coupling principle. The 13.56 MHz carrier provides both a power source and a high-data-rate communication medium. Because the powering range achieved is relatively limited (5 to 10 cm), this approach won't provide a global solution, but it's well suited for applications that require high communication capability but contain hard-to-access sensor modules.
INDEX TERMS
Inductive telemetry, sensor modules
CITATION
Olivier Chevalerias, Terence O'Donnell, Daith? Power, Neil O'Donovan, Gerald Duffy, Gary Grant, Se?n Cian O'Mathuna, "Inductive Telemetry of Multiple Sensor Modules", IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol.4, no. 1, pp. 46-52, January-March 2005, doi:10.1109/MPRV.2005.15
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