Adaptive Wavelet Coding Applied in a Wireless Control System
AbstractWireless control systems can sense, control and act on the information exchanged between the wireless sensor nodes in a control loop. However, the exchanged information becomes susceptible to the degenerative effects produced by the multipath propagation. In order to minimize the destructive effects characteristic of wireless channels, several techniques have been investigated recently. Among them, wavelet coding is a good alternative for wireless communications for its robustness to the effects of multipath and its low computational complexity. This work proposes an adaptive wavelet coding whose parameters of code rate and signal constellation can vary according to the fading level and evaluates the use of this transmission system in a control loop implemented by wireless sensor nodes. The performance of the adaptive system was evaluated in terms of bit error rate (BER) versus
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Gama, F.O.S.; Silveira, L.F.Q.; Salazar, A.O. Adaptive Wavelet Coding Applied in a Wireless Control System. Sensors 2017, 17, 2901.
Gama FOS, Silveira LFQ, Salazar AO. Adaptive Wavelet Coding Applied in a Wireless Control System. Sensors. 2017; 17(12):2901.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gama, Felipe O.S.; Silveira, Luiz F.Q.; Salazar, Andrés O. 2017. "Adaptive Wavelet Coding Applied in a Wireless Control System." Sensors 17, no. 12: 2901.
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