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Multiple sensor acquisition board for wearable computing

By 1980- Christopher Lee Elledge


Thesis (M. Eng.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 2003.Includes bibliographical references (leaf 54).The wearable multiple sensor acquisition device is targeted as the primary sensor hub for the next revision of the MIThril wearable computer architecture. The device provides 3-axis acceleration sensing, infrared transmission and reception of Tag IDs, and a 16kHz 8bit audio stream. To be usable for wearable applications, the WMSAD is contained in a 1.3" X 1.35" package and operates at 35mA at 5V, and meets the requirements imposed by these applications. The WMSAD will operate directly with the SAK2 to provide sensor data collection and Christopher Lee Elledge.M.Eng

Topics: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Year: 2003
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