Deploying a Wireless Sensor Network in Iceland
A wireless sensor network deployment on a glacier in Iceland is described. The system uses power management as well as power harvesting to provide long-term environment sensing. Advances in base station and sensor node design as well as initial results are described.
KeywordsSensor Network Wireless Sensor Network Sensor Probe Wind Generator Battery Voltage
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