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    • MH-REACH-Mote: supporting multi-hop passive radio wake-up for wireless sensor network 

      Chen, Li; Warner, Jeremy; Seyfettin Demirkol, Ilker; Heinzelman, Wendi (2015)
      Conference report
      Open Access
      A passive wake-up radio in a wireless sensor network (WSN) has the advantage of increasing network lifetime by using a wake-up radio receiver (WuRx) to eliminate unnecessary idle listening. A sensor node equipped with a ...
    • Range extension of passive wake-up radio systems through energy harvesting 

      Chen, Li; Cool, Stephen; Ba, He; Heinzelman, Wendi; Seyfettin Demirkol, Ilker; Muncuk, Ufuk; Chowdhury, Kaushik Roy; Basagni, Stefano (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013)
      Conference report
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      Use of a passive wake-up radio can drastically increase the network lifetime in a sensor network by reducing or even completely eliminating unnecessary idle listening. A sensor node with a wake-up radio receiver (WuRx) can ...
    • REACH2-Mote: a range-extending passive wake-up wireless sensor node 

      Chen, Li; Warner, Jeremy; Yung Pak, Lam; Zhou, Dawei; Heinzelman, Wendi; Seyfettin Demirkol, Ilker; Muncuk, Ufuk; Chowdhury, Kaushik Roy; Basagni, Stefano (2015-11-01)
      Article
      Open Access
      A wireless sensor network that employs passive radio wake-up of the sensor nodes can reduce the energy cost for unnecessary idle listening and communication overhead, extending the network lifetime. A passive wake-up radio ...
    • Token-MAC: A fair MAC protocol for passive RFID systems 

      Chen, Li; Seyfettin Demirkol, Ilker; Heinzelman, Wendi (2014-06)
      Article
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      Passive RFID systems used for inventory management and asset tracking typically utilize contention-based MAC protocols, such as the standard C1G2 protocol. Although the C1G2 protocol has the advantage that it is easy to ...