Emerging low-power radio triggering techniques for wireless motes are a promising approach to prolong the lifetime of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). By allowing nodes to activate their main transceiver only when data need to be transmitted or received, wake-up-enabled solutions virtually eliminate the need for idle listening, thus drastically reducing the energy toll of communication. In this paper we describe the design of a novel wake-up receiver architecture based on an innovative pass-band filter bank with high selectivity capability. The proposed concept, demonstrated by a prototype implementation, combines both frequency-domain and time-domain addressing space to allow selective addressing of nodes. To take advantage of the functionalities of the proposed receiver, as well as of energy-harvesting capabilities modern sensor nodes are equipped with, we present a novel wake-up-enabled harvesting-aware communication stack that supports both interest dissemination and converge casting primitives. This stack builds on the ability of the proposed WuR to support dynamic address assignment, which is exploited to optimize system performance. Comparison against traditional WSN protocols shows that the proposed concept allows to optimize performance tradeoffs with respect to existing low-power communication stacks. © 2014 IEEE.

A novel wake-up receiver with addressing capability for wireless sensor nodes / Petrioli, Chiara; Spenza, Dora; Tommasino, Pasquale; Trifiletti, Alessandro. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 18-25. (Intervento presentato al convegno 9th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems, DCOSS 2014 tenutosi a Marina Del Rey, CA nel 26 May 2014 through 28 May 2014) [10.1109/dcoss.2014.9].

A novel wake-up receiver with addressing capability for wireless sensor nodes

PETRIOLI, Chiara;SPENZA, DORA;TOMMASINO, PASQUALE;TRIFILETTI, Alessandro
2014

Abstract

Emerging low-power radio triggering techniques for wireless motes are a promising approach to prolong the lifetime of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). By allowing nodes to activate their main transceiver only when data need to be transmitted or received, wake-up-enabled solutions virtually eliminate the need for idle listening, thus drastically reducing the energy toll of communication. In this paper we describe the design of a novel wake-up receiver architecture based on an innovative pass-band filter bank with high selectivity capability. The proposed concept, demonstrated by a prototype implementation, combines both frequency-domain and time-domain addressing space to allow selective addressing of nodes. To take advantage of the functionalities of the proposed receiver, as well as of energy-harvesting capabilities modern sensor nodes are equipped with, we present a novel wake-up-enabled harvesting-aware communication stack that supports both interest dissemination and converge casting primitives. This stack builds on the ability of the proposed WuR to support dynamic address assignment, which is exploited to optimize system performance. Comparison against traditional WSN protocols shows that the proposed concept allows to optimize performance tradeoffs with respect to existing low-power communication stacks. © 2014 IEEE.
2014
9th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems, DCOSS 2014
communication stack; wireless sensor networks; energy harvesting; wake-up radio
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A novel wake-up receiver with addressing capability for wireless sensor nodes / Petrioli, Chiara; Spenza, Dora; Tommasino, Pasquale; Trifiletti, Alessandro. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 18-25. (Intervento presentato al convegno 9th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems, DCOSS 2014 tenutosi a Marina Del Rey, CA nel 26 May 2014 through 28 May 2014) [10.1109/dcoss.2014.9].
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