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Adaptive Wireless Transceiver, Phase I

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Adaptive Wireless Transceiver, Phase I
Wireless technologies are an increasingly attractive means for spatial data, input, manipulation, and distribution. Mobitrum is proposing an innovative Adaptive Wireless Transceiver, which is targeted for NASA's Earth Science applications for field personnel and robotic platforms to interface with various wireless sensor networks, in real time, ingest data sequentially from a variety of input sensors, provide initial field verification of data and distribute the data to various nodes and servers at collection, processing, and decision sites. This effort addresses important technology gap for interfacing with various wireless sensor networks and transmitting/receiving data over long distances. This effort will include: (1) Design of the high-level system architecture of the adaptive wireless interface that employs model-based reasoning to achieve a specified level of competence in radio-related domains, (2) Design of the adaptive wireless module, and (3) Develop rules, procedures, software algorithms, and techniques through modeling and simulation for designing an adaptive wireless module. The proposed enabling technology will provide NASA an effective wireless device for Earth science, data relay, and other situational awareness. More »

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