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Two Design Techniques of Embedded Systems Based on Ad-Hoc Network for Wireless Image Observation
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Two Design Techniques of Embedded Systems Based on Ad-Hoc Network for Wireless Image Observation
LEE, Yong Up; Song, Chang-Yeoung; Park, Jeong-Uk;
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 Abstract
In this paper, the two design techniques of the embedded system which provides a wireless image observation with temporary ad-hoc network are proposed and developed. The first method is based on the embedded system design technique for a nearly real-time wireless short observation application, having a specific remote monitoring node with a built-in image processing function, and having the maximum rate of 1 fps (frame per second) wireless image transmission capability of a size image. The second technique uses the embedded system for a general wireless long observation application, consisting of the main node, the remote monitoring node, and the system controller with built-in image processing function, and the capability of the wireless image transmission rate of 1/3 fps. The proposed system uses the wireless ad-hoc network which is widely accepted as a short range, low power, and bidirectional digital communication, the hardware are consisted of the general developed modules, a small digital camera, and a PC, and the embedded software based upon the Zigbee stack and the user interface software are developed and tested on the implemented module. The wireless environment analysis and the performance results are presented.
 Keywords
wireless image observation;ad-hoc network;embedded system;design;implementation;
 Language
Korean
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