Networking the Physical World
ENG EC 544
Considers the evolution of embedded network sensing systems with the introduction of wireless network connectivity. Key themes are computing optimized for resource constrained (cost, energy, memory and storage space) applications and sensing interfaces to connect to the physical world. Studies current technology for networked embedded network sensors including protocol standards. A laboratory component of the course introduces students to the unique characteristics of distributed sensor motes including programming, reliable communication, sensing modalities, calibration, and application development. Meets with ENGME544. Students may not receive credit for both.
SPRG 2019 Schedule
|A1||Montazam||PHO 211||MW 4:30 pm-6:15 pm|
|A1||Montazam||PHO 205||F 4:30 pm-6:15 pm|