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    Sensor Project

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    Sensor Project Method: · I set up the circuit shown in my diagram above. · I then recorded some results for my preliminary experiments at various temperatures. · I then started taking results at 5oC intervals starting at 45oC and ending my results at 85oC. · I then repeated the experiment 3 times. · I changed the ohmmeters sensitivity. · I recorded the resistance of the thermistor at 1oC intervals starting at 35oC to 40oC. · I repeated this new experiment 3 times

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    Optical Sensors

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    Introduction- An optical sensor is a device that converts light rays into electronic signals. It measures the physical quantity of light and translates it into a form read by the instrument. One of the features of an optical sensor is its ability to measure the changes from one or more light beams. This change is mostly based on the alteration of the light’s intensity. Optical sensors can work either on single point method or through a distribution of points. The major importance to the proper

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    Chemical Sensors

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    Chemical sensors is a term which is often used in conjunction with words like molecular sensor and chemosensor, all of which more or less mean the same thing and can relate to both a designed molecule used for sensing and the analytical device that helps deliver real time information about specific compounds in which the designed molecule is used in. IUPAC defines a 'chemical sensor as a device that transforms chemical information, ranging from the concentration of a specific sample component to

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    Sensor is a device that responds to a physical, chemical, biological or electrical stimulus as an electrical output signal which is a function of input stimulus. The device responds to the input stimulus by monitoring the change in oscillation frequency for acoustic waves. INPUT SOURCES The input stimulus could be physical such as changing pressure, temperature or stress. It also may be chemical such as particular gas concentration or the chemical agent. It also include biological input stimulus

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    Developing an Opacity Sensor There is a huge range of different sensors in this world, designed to detect changes in temperature, size, distance and many other important factors. Their ability to do this makes them valuable for use in industry, in particular, production processes. I have chosen to develop a sensor which measures the concentration of solution, suitable for the factory production of pre-diluted fruit squashes. The sensor can control the machinery via a servo-mechanism

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    Sensor Network Design

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    The procedure used to determine the type of instrument and mechanism used to measure various required variables is called sensor network design. This problem has been addressed by several researchers [65]. As the design of a sensor network for GTNs is not the main concern of this work, we develop here some heuristic rules for sensor placement from the accuracy point of view. To study the effect of different measurements, two cases are distinguished: redundant and non-redundant cases. In the

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    Snow Sensors for Automatic Heated Driveway

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    Snow Sensors for Automatic Heated Driveway I. Introduction 1.1 Title: Snow Sensors for Automatic Heated Driveway Motivation The idea for this project first arose during the late winter months of 2002. A group member was at the home of a Princeton alumnus in his hometown of Waltham, MA attending an admissions interview. He had inadvertently, and presumptuously parked his car in the driveway of his interviewer after a snowstorm. The driveway was built sloping downwards from the

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    Wireless Sensor Network

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    INDEX 1. INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Wireless sensors Deployment 2 1.2 Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks 3 1.3 The Physical Architecture of WSANs 3 1.4 Difference between WSNS and WS 4 1.5 Requirement of WSNs 5 2. Wireless Ad-Hoc Network 5 3. Current Issues and solution 6 3.1 Key management issue for future 9 4. Advantages, Disadvantages and Applications of WSNs 10 5. Conclusion 11 6. References 12 List of figures

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    Sensors Allocation Fault

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    Introduction Background A wireless sensor network (WSN) consists of distributed sensors to monitor environmental conditions such as temperature, sound, vibration, pressure, motion or detect dimensions, to pass their data through the network to a base station for processing. Advantages of WSN over a wired system considered in elimination of wiring cost, sensors can be installed in harsh environments. Each sensor node is a combination of Radio transceiver with an internal antenna or connection

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    wireless sensor networks

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    A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) consists of spatially distributed autonomous sensors to cooperatively monitor physical or environmental conditions, such as temperature, sound, vibration, pressure, motion or pollutants. Trust in networks may be defined as the degree of belief or confidence about the nodes on the past interactions and observations. So trust becomes a major issue for reliable communication in WSN under constraints. We propose a trust worthy framework for WSN that considers challenges

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