WSN Team

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

 

Awards & Honors

Awards

2011

     IEEE Software Defined Radio Graduate Students Award at IEEE IMS 2011 (Baltimore , USA, June 2011)

     More information can be found on IEEE MTT society Website.

 

 

High data rate, low power, MAC and IR-UWB PHY chip
Clock synchronization for WSN
60GHz RF MEMS in LAAS-CNRS technology
60GHz RF MEMS Phase Shifter
60GHz RF MEMS Phase Shifter
60GHz IQ receiver in CMOS 65nm technology
60GHz Flip chip on flexible substrate for Wireless Sensor Nodes
RF Measurements on Airbus A340 for WSN
Guillaume and Florian preparing WSN demo for aerospace applications ( ADREAM opening)
High Precision Synchronized MAC-PHY prototype on FPGA

Wireless System on Chip designed for Wireless Sensor Networks

Network of communicating reconfigurable nano-objects.

Wireless very high data rate for high definition video streaming.

Smart and reconfigurable antenna at 60 GHz.

Autonomous Communicating Network System

MIMOSA is an European project (Integrated project - IP) in the FP6.

MIMOSA stands for MIcrosystem platform for MObile Services and Applications.

You can find more information on this project on the official project Web page.

 

Anti-colission vehicle radar

Smart and reconfigurable antenna at 60 GHz.

SYMIAE   -   Miniaturized Intelligent Systems for Aeronautics and Space Applications (Systèmes Miniaturisés Intelligents pour l’Aéronautique et l’Espace)

The LAAS-CNRS laboratory is partner of FET Flagship European Project  "Guardian Angels for Smarter Life".  Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) is the EU incubator in information technologies. Its mission is to promote high risk research, offset by potential breakthrough with high technological or societal impact.