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Search Publications by: Wenqi Wendy Guo (Fed)

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Integrating Multiple HLA Federations for Effective Simulation-Based Evaluations of CPS

June 28, 2022
Thomas Roth, Wenqi Guo, Chenli Wang, Himanshu Neema, Anirban Bhattacharjee
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) are complex systems of computational, physical, and human components integrated to achieve some function over one or more networks. The use of distributed simulation, or co-simulation, is one method often used to analyze the

Towards An Adaptive Time-Triggered Protocol in Wireless Networks

October 19, 2021
Jin Zhang, Fan Liang, Wei Yu, David W. Griffith, Wenqi Guo, Avi Gopstein
Time sensitive activities occur extensively in industrial Internet of Things (IoT) environments. Classical time-triggered protocols in wired networks, such as Ethernet, have been proven effective in supporting real-time and safety-critical communications

Characterization of residential circuit impedance

February 17, 2021
DJ Anand, Md Amimul Ehsan, Wenqi Guo
Electrical harmonics associated with switching power electronics have been observed to induce electromagnetic interference with equipment sharing the same electrical circuit, some research studies have documented cases of malfunction and even damage of

Power Supply Issues for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Review

March 1, 2014
Wenqi Guo, William M. Healy, Mengchu Zhou
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have enabled numerous embedded wireless applications in different areas such as military/battlefield, environmental monitoring, and intelligent building systems. They consist of a large number of nodes that need to operate

Evaluating Feedback Systems for Residential Building Energy Monitoring

August 10, 2013
Wenqi Guo, Tania Ullah, MengChu Zhou
Rising global energy demand, increasing electricity prices, and the limitation of natural resources have led to increased interest in energy monitoring of residential buildings. Much research has been done to examine the effect of energy use feedback to

Experimental Study of the Thermal Impacts on Wireless Sensor Batteries

April 10, 2013
Wenqi Guo, William M. Healy, Mengchu Zhou
Wireless sensor networks are being considered for application within buildings to control various equipment in different working environments. As wireless sensors are powered by commercially available batteries, battery performance will directly affect the

Battery Discharge Characteristics of Wireless Sensors in Building Applications

April 11, 2012
Wenqi Guo, William M. Healy, Mengchu Zhou
Sensor nodes in wireless networks often use batteries as their source of energy, but replacing or recharging exhausted batteries in a deployed network can be difficult and costly. Therefore, prolonging battery life becomes a principal objective in the

ZigBee-Wireless Mesh Networks for Building Automation and Control

April 12, 2010
Wenqi Guo, William M. Healy, Mengchu Zhou
ZigBee is a wireless technology developed as an open global standard to address the unique needs of low-cost low-power wireless sensor networks. This standard takes full advantages of the IEEE 802.15.4 physical radio specification and operates in