Building wireless sensor- and M2M- based IoTs with programmable SoCs

A survey of recent design articles about wireless sensor and machine-to-machine apps indicates that for many Internet of Things designs, the best approach is a programmable system on chip, especially where integration of complex analog functions and hardware reprogrammability is important.

The role of Bluetooth Low Energy in wearable IoT designs

Why the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) specification is emerging as the best wireless protocol for use in wearable Internet of Things and how to develop designs targeted for the newest and fastest developing segments of the consumer electronics market.

A cloud-based Cyber-Physical System for environmental monitoring

A Cyber-Physical System (CPS) is described for real time monitoring of environmental data collected from multiple small, low power embedded nodes built using Programmable SoCs.

An Adaptive Amplifier for Wireless Sensor Network Applications

The design of an adaptive amplifier embedded in an 8051-based PSoC1, for use in a fault-tolerant wireless sensor network capable of performing self-tests as an alternative to infield testing.

Reconfigurable Adaptive Wireless Sensor Node

The design of a reconfigurable adaptive wireless sensor node network capable of operating under harsh conditions that makes use of the reprogrammable analog capabilities of a Cypress PSoC CY8C29466.

A Universal Intelligent System-on-Chip Based Sensor Interface

The design of a Universal Intelligent Sensor Interface (UISI) based on a PSoC1, that provides a flexible analog and/or digital front-end able to interface different transducer typologies used in WSN based monitoring systems.

Over-The-Air Programming of a WSN sensor interface

A PSoC3 based wireless sensor interface that allows over-the-air reprogramming of distributed motes to allow them to be adjusted to changing environmental conditions or tasks.

Loss-Resilient Sensor Networking monitoring in mobile health apps

Interfacing medical sensors to a RF motes through an 8051-based PSoC1 Mixed-Signal array which integrates ECG/EEG/other sensors with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) through a programmable interface.

An Adaptive Amplifier for Wireless Sensor Network Applications

The design of an adaptive amplifier embedded in an 8051-based PSoC1, for use in a fault-tolerant wireless sensor network capable of performing self-tests as an alternative to infield testing.

A portable health monitoring system using a PSoC Mixed Signal Array

A wearable and real-time monitoring system of some critical vital signs for elderly people based on collection of pulse oximetry data by a PSoC1 based wireless sensor data acquistion system.

Implementation of LEACH protocol in WSN nodes using PSoC

Researchers describe an energy efficient routing protocol named LEACH (Low-Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy) based on the use a PSoC1 and a CyFi network protocols stack.

Winning design strategies for the wearables market

An analysis of the user-experience-driven design methodologies needed for successful wearable personal electronic devices and how to incorporate them.

The role of MCUs and PSoCs in making home appliances smarter

An overview of home appliance design, covering both traditional standalone microcontrollers and programmable systems on chip PSoC) devices.



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