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 Title & Authors
Real-time Air Quality Monitoring System Based on Wireless Network
Paik, Seung Hyun; Lee, Jun Yeong; Jung, Sang Woo; Park, Hong Bae;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a real-time air quality monitoring system based on wireless network is designed and implemented for industrial park or multiuse facilities. The existing gas detector is high price and hard to apply the remote monitoring system. On the other hand, demand for air quality monitoring is increasing because of industrial gas accident, air pollution, and so on. In Korea, indoor air regulation was established by law. According to indoor air regulation, CO2, CO, and NO2 are important gases as the air quality standard. So we study the gas detector for indoor air quality and the wireless network system. The wireless network consist of sensor network and WCDMA to apply various place. To verify the performance of the implemented gas detector, the gas measurement experiment is performed in laboratory environment by using the realized gas detecting wireless sensor node. And we evaluate the experiment results.
 Keywords
Air quality;Gas sensor;Gas detector;Monitoring system;Wireless network;Sensor network;
 Language
Korean
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