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Authority on WSN Releases New Book with Artech House

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Designing Wireless Sensor Network Solutions for Tactical ISR
Timothy D. Cole
Artech House 2020
Print ISBN: 9781630813376
Retail Price: $169
New Release Price: $126

September 30, 2020 -- Norwood, MA -- Artech House today announced the release of Designing Wireless Sensor Network Solutions for Tactical ISR, by Timothy D. Cole. This comprehensive resource demonstrates how wireless sensor network (WSN) systems, a key element of the Internet of Things (IoT), are designed and evaluated to solve problems associated with autonomous sensing systems. Functional blocks that form WSN-based systems are described, chapter by chapter, providing the reader with a progressive learning path through all aspects of designing remote sensing capabilities using a WSN-based system. The development and a full description of fundamental performance equations and technological solutions required by these real-time systems are included.

This book explores the objectives and goals associated with tactical intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (T-ISR) missions. Readers gain insight into the correlation between fine-grained sensor resolution associated with WSN-based system complexities and the difficult requirements associated with T-ISR missions.

The book demonstrates how to wield emergent technologies to arrive at reliable and robust wireless networking for T-ISR and associated tasks using low-cost, low-power persistent sensor nodes. WSN is broken down into constituent subsystems, key components, functional descriptions, and attendant mathematical descriptions. Chapters are linked together, in order of system assembly (concepts to operation), to provide the reader with a full toolset that can help deliver versatility in design decisions, solutions, and understanding of such systems, end to end.

Designing Wireless Sensor Network Solutions for Tactical ISR is available now from Artech House, a leading publisher of books for professionals in high-technology industries.

 Designing Wireless Sensor Network Solutions for Tactical ISR is also available on Amazon.

 

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Posted October 1, 2020

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