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Measurements and physical-layer modelling of transmission loss for gas turbine engine sensor networks

Sasloglou, K. and Glover, I.A. and Andonovic, I. and Bhatti, Shahzad Ahmed (2009) Measurements and physical-layer modelling of transmission loss for gas turbine engine sensor networks. In: IET-URSI UK Festival of Radio Science, 2009-12-01.

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    Abstract

    The aim of this study is to extract a physical-layer wireless channel model from a set of channel measurements, in support of the wider, collaborative, WIDAGATE project to assess the potential of wireless sensor networks for the condition monitoring of gas turbine engines. The collaborative partners in WIDAGATE are Rolls-Royce, Selex and University College London. The resulting model is being incorporated into a complete system protocol stack as part of the wider project. The physical layer channel model incorporates interference [1] and noise in addition to signal transmission characteristics.