zigbee research papers-22

AES Data Encryption in a ZigBee Network: Software or Hardware?
  L Strycker ,Security and Privacy in , 2010 ,Springer
This paper describes the experiments which have been conducted to determine the optimal
implementation concept for AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) data encryption in a
ZigBee network [1, 2]. Two concepts have been considered. The first one is a AES128- 

Remote sensing system for cultural buildings utilizing ZigBee Technology
J Zhang, A Huynh, Q Ye ,The 8th International Conference on , 2010 ,iiis.org
ABSTRACT A wireless remote sensing system using the ZigBee standard is presented in
this paper. This system is a wireless solution for monitoring purpose in cultural buildings in
order to protect cultural heritage. The concept of this system utilizes ZigBee networks to 

Wireless Sensor Data Collection based on ZigBee Communication
J Torresen, E Renton ,Proceedings of New , 2010 ,educ.dab.uts.edu.au
ABSTRACT This paper presents a comparison of different configurations of a wireless
sensor system for capturing human motion. The systems consist of sensor elements which
wirelessly transfers motion data to a receiver element. The sensor elements consist of a 

Improvement of zigbee routing protocol including energy and delay constraints
2007 ,hal.archives-ouvertes.fr
Besides energy constraint, wireless sensor networks should also be able to provide
bounded communication delay when they are used to support real-time applications. In this
paper, we propose an improvement of Zigbee routing protocol integrating both energy and 

Wireless Biomedical System Design Based on ZigBee Technology for Autonomous Healthcare
N Hamza, F Touati , , Computer and Power (ICCCP? 09), Muscat, 2009 ,icccp.net
Abstract—We present a framework for a wireless health monitoring system using ZigBee
technology. It has the capability to monitor vital signals from multiple biosensors. Biomedical
signals are collected and processed using 2-tiered subsystems. The first stage is the 

Development of a Low-Cost ZIGBEE and GSM SMS-Based Conductor Temperature and Sag Monitoring System
MVV Saradhi ,International Journal of Engineering Science , 2010 ,ijest.info
Abstract This paper deals with the design, construction, instrumentation and testing of a
GSM and ZIGBEE based monitoring system for the measurement of Overhead High Voltage
(HV) Conductor Temperature and Sag. The main advantage of this concept is the real time 

Wi. 232DTS vs. ZigBee
S Montgomery ,URL: http://www. radiotronix. com/support/clic , 2004 ,radiotronix.com
Wireless sensor networking is one of the most exciting technology markets today [4]. They
say that over the next five to ten years, wireless sensors will have a significant impact on
almost all major industries as well as our home lives. Broadly, this technology market 

Reliable Data Broadcast For Zigbee Wireless Sensor Networks
TW Sung, TT Wu, CS Yang ,International Journal on Smart , 2010 ,s2is.org
Abstract-As we know, the data transmission in the wireless networks is more unreliable than
it is in the wired network environment. Although the virtual carrier sensing scheme can be
used in the wireless unicast transmission, the multicast and broadcast still not utilize the 

Simulation study of energy efficient scheduling for IEEE 802.15. 4/ZigBee cluster-tree Wireless Sensor Networks with time-bounded data flows
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P Jurcik , and Factory Automation (ETFA), 2010 IEEE , 2010 ,cister.isep.pt
Abstract The simulation analysis is important approach to developing and evaluating the
systems in terms of development time and cost. This paper demonstrates the application of
Time Division Cluster Scheduling (TDCS) tool for the configuration of IEEE 802.15. 4/ 

ZigBee Wireless Sensor Networks and Their Applications
  National Chiao Tung University, Hsin- , 2006 ,people.cs.nctu.edu.tw
The rapid progress of wireless communication and embedded micro-sensing
microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technologies has made wireless sensor networks
(WSN) possible. A WSN consists of many inexpensive wireless sensors, which are 

Reliable broadcasting in ZigBee networks
Z Sahinoglu, P Orlik, J Zhang, B Bhargava ,Proceedings of IEEE , 2005 ,merl.com
Abstract Due to scarce resources, such as transmission power, storage space and
communication bandwidth, current broadcast approaches for general ad hoc networks can
not be applied to IEEE 802.15. 4 based ad hoc networks (eg, ZigBee networks). This 

Design and Evaluation of a Hub-Assisted WLAN/Zigbee Coexistence Method
W Zhou ,2008 ,alexandria.tue.nl
Abstract—Zigbee applications, based on IEEE 802.15. 4 standard, were developed to meet
the needs for low-rate, low-power and low-cost communication in wireless personal area
networks (WPANs). However, due to the low-power and low-rate properties, Zigbee 

Zigbee-assisted wifi transmission for multi-interface mobile devices
H Qin, Y Wang ,Energy, 2011 ,cs.iastate.edu
Abstract It has been common for a mobile device to have WiFi and Bluetooth interfaces. As
the ZigBee technology becomes more mature, it will not be surprising to see the ZigBee
interface commonly embedded in mobile devices together with WiFi and other interfaces 

An Implementation of the WBAN Health Monitoring Protocol for ZigBee Compliant TinyOS Messaging
C Otto ,2006 ,ece.uah.edu
Page 1. An Implementation of the WBAN Health Monitoring Protocol for ZigBee Compliant TinyOS
Messaging Chris OttoEmil Jovanov Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept. University
of Alabama in Huntsville Huntsville, Alabama May, 2006 Page 2. ii 

Beacon scheduling in cluster-tree IEEE 802.15. 4/ZigBee Wireless Sensor Networks
M Attia, A Koubaa ,IPP-HURRAY Technical Report, , 2006 ,
Abstract The recently standardized IEEE 802.15. 4/Zigbee protocol stack offers great
potentials for ubiquitous and pervasive computing, namely for Wireless Sensor Networks
(WSNs). However, there are still some open and ambiguous issues that turn its practical 

Microchip ZigBee-2006 Residential Stack Protocol
DP Lattibeaudiere , Inc., Application Note AN1232, document ID , 2008 ,us.element14.com
The ZigBee™ protocol is a wireless network protocol specifically designed for low data rate
sensors and control networks. There are a number of applications that can benefit from the
ZigBee protocol including, but not limited to: building automation networks, home security