Wireless Sensor Networks

Daniela Dragomirescu

Daniela DRAGOMIRESCU is Professor at  INSA Toulouse. She is part of Micro and Nanosystems for Wireless Communication Group  at  LAAS-CNRS  laboratory, Toulouse, France. She is in charge with the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) team. The team work focus on Physical and MAC layer development using UWB communication. The major applications fields are WSN for aerospace and health.  Development of WPAN /WLAN with ultra high data rate communications are also studied.

WSN Team main research areas are :

-  Reconfigurable, energy efficient PHY layer based on IR-UWB.

-  Development and VHDL-AMS modeling of ultra low power, wideband 60GHz transceiver.

-  MAC layer with new services like very precise clock synchronization and localization over wireless communication

-  Flexible substrate heterogeneous integration potentialities for the complete wireless communicating nodes were studied and first results are very promising.

-  WSN simulator for IR-UWB

 

Ph. D. Students thesis

Aubin Lecointre Reconfigurable Mostly Digital IR-UWB Transceivers 2006 - 2010
Michael Kraemer 60 GHz Transceiver Design and System Modeling in VHDL-AMS 2007 - 2010
Ali Kara Omar RF transceiver @ 5GHz 2007 - 2010
Thomas Beluch Low power transceivers. 2008 - 2011
Abdoulaye Berthe Mac layer 2008 - 2011
Mariano Ercoli 60GHz transceiver design 2009 - 2012
Florian Perget MAC layer Simulation and Implementation 2010 - 2013
Fermin Esparza Alfaro Analog current mode CMOS circuits design 2010 - 2014
Matthieu Gastaldi Design of a Core-chip MMIC solution for beamforming satellite antenna 2013 - 2016
Zhening Yang Flexible substrate integration for WSN nodes 2013 - 2016

Gallery

60GHz Antenna on flexible substrate for WSN
60GHz RF MEMS Phase Shifter
WSN Team preparing the WSN demo for ADREAM opening
WSN Team at Giralt Symposium at LAAS-CNRS
WSN Team preparing the WSN demo for ADREAM opening
WSN Team preparing the WSN demo for aerospace applications
WSN demo for aerospace applications
Clock synchronization for WSN
Software Defined Radio demonstration at IMS 2011 Contest
Battery integration on flexible substrate for WSN