Sensor Networks Wireless Workgroup
- J. Kay, Energy and channel efficient control of wireless sensor network clusters, PhD EE dissertation, March 2007.
- K. Clark, Evolution of sensor control strategies for over-deployed wireless sensor networks, MSCS
project, May 2009.
- S. DiStasi, In situ measurement and emulation of severe multipath environments, MSEE thesis,
- C. Chen, Footprint molding and connectivity analysis for wireless sensor networks, MSEE thesis,
- R. Ketcham, Characterization and mitigation of hyper-Rayleigh fading, MSEE thesis, October 2007.
- M. Fortney, A low-cost, linear response wireless temperature sensor for extreme environments, MSEE thesis, March 2007.
- B. Capsuto, Characterization and impact of radio signal variation for statically deployed wireless sensors, MSEE thesis, October 2006.
- C. Fitzhugh, Multipath characterization of enclosed environments, MSEE thesis, March 2006.
- J. Galbreath, Channel allocation strategies for wireless sensor networks statically deployed in multipath environments, MSEE thesis, March 2006.
- L. Mayer, On the robustness of wireless sensor network target tracking algorithms, MSEE thesis, October 2004.
- S. Maciejowski, Development of a low-cost, low-power wireless sensor network, MSEE thesis, October 2003.