Scalable Control System for Bluetooth Mobile Devices
This paper discusses the practical aspects of a wireless control system and reports the experience obtained from implementing a proof-of-concept system.
Two-Way Communication Protocol using Bluetooth Low Energy Advertisement Frames
This is relevant because the nRF24L01+ radio system is a popular technology for the Internet- of-Things and for location- based services with wearable devices in smart cities.
METhoD: a Framework for the Emulation of a Delay Tolerant Network Scenario for Media-Content Distribution in Under-Served Regions
In our project, public commuter buses carrying WLAN-enabled devices (mobile infostations) that provide DTN connectivity are used to ferry data between urban and rural areas.
DTN-enabled Infostation and Cinema-in-a-Backpack
In this paper, we present our wireless infostation and the cinema-in-a-back that we have built for the purpose and ready for a six-month long eld deployment in rural South Africa, in partnership with local institutions.
EMSense: Recognizing Handled, Uninstrumented, Electro-Mechanical Objects Using Software-Defined Radio
We call our technique EM-Sense and built a proof-of-concept smartwatch implementation.
Self-Localizing Battery-Free Cameras
In this work we propose using battery-free RFID sensor tags enhanced with on-board cameras to enable a network of distributed tags to optically determine the 3D location and pose of each camera tag given known reference tags enhanced with LEDs.
Linux Light Bulbs: Enabling Internet Protocol Connectivity for Light Bulb Networks
This paper explores how the IP stack and other networking protocols can be hosted on Linux-based VLC devices.
Electric Field Coupling to Short Dipole Receivers in Cavity Mode Enabled Wireless Power Transfer
This work provides a method of wireless power transfer that uses the resonant modes of a metallic cavity to deliver power to a small dipole nearly anywhere within the structure.
Using Consumer LED Light Bulbs for Low-Cost Visible Light Communication Systems
We describe a low-complexity smart LED light bulb prototype that is based on existing consumer light bulbs and hence can be replicated without effort.
Acoustruments: Passive, Acoustically-Driven Interactive Controls for Hand Held Devices
We introduce Acoustruments: low-cost, passive, and powerless mechanisms, made from plastic, that can bring rich, tangible functionality to handheld devices.
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