IEEE 802.11-enabled wake-up radio system: design and performance evaluation
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EditorInstitution of Electrical Engineers
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Today, the vast majority of personal communication devices, such as laptops, smartphones, and logically wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) access points feature IEEE 802.11 chipsets. In turn, wake-up radio (WuR) systems are used to reduce the significant energy waste that wireless devices cause during their idle communication mode. A novel WuR system is introduced that enables any IEEE 802.11-enabled device to be used as a WuR transmitter without requiring any hardware modification. The corresponding developed WuR receiver achieves a remarkably low power consumption of 10.8 µW and operates in the Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz band. By means of thorough physical tests, it is shown that the proposed IEEE 802.11-based WuR system enables important energy savings.
CitacióOller, J. [et al.]. IEEE 802.11-enabled wake-up radio system: design and performance evaluation. "Electronics Letters", 25 Setembre 2014, vol. 50, núm. 20, p. 1484-1486.
Versió de l'editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1049/el.2014.2468