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An Implementation of the Proposed IEEE 1451.0 and 1451.5 Standards

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Author(s)

Eugene Song, Kang B. Lee

Abstract

This Paper describes an implementation of the proposed IEEE 1451.0 and 1451.5 Standards.  The implemented systsem was developed based on the object-oriented framework of the IEEE 1451 standards using UML tools and Java programming language.  The system consists of two wireless nodes, a sensor node and a network node, which communicate with each other using the IEEE P1451.0 and P1451.5 interfaces through the 802.11 wireless communications modules.  Three examples of implementing the IEEE 1451.0 and P1451.5 interfaces are discussed in this paper.  The first example focuses on wireless node announcement and discover using the publisher-subscriber model.  The second example focuses on request-response of sensor data using the client-server model.  The third example focuses on request-response of sensor TEDs data using the client-serve model.  The work described provides a set of guidelines and a sound foundation for implementing wireless monitoring application based on the IEEE P1451.0 and P1451.5 standards.
Conference Dates
February 7-9, 2006
Conference Location
Houston, TX, USA
Conference Title
Sensors Applications Symposium Sensors Applications Symposium 2006

Keywords

802.11, IEEE 1451.0, IEEE 1451.5, interoperability, NCAP, object-oriented application framework, sensor interface, sensor interface, sensor standard, smart transducer, systsem of networks, TEDS, UML wireless sensor

Citation

Song, E. and Lee, K. (2006), An Implementation of the Proposed IEEE 1451.0 and 1451.5 Standards, Sensors Applications Symposium Sensors Applications Symposium 2006, Houston, TX, USA, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=822463 (Accessed April 14, 2024)
Created February 6, 2006, Updated October 12, 2021