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Electronics, Volume 7, Issue 10 (October 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The real-time sensors are essential for water pollution detection to prevent unhealthy water usage. [...] Read more. The real-time sensors are essential for water pollution detection to prevent unhealthy water usage. This is an Internet of Things (IoT) compatible water evaluator consists of a base station and some sensor nodes in a water harvesting system. In this study, the humic acid solution in water resembles dissolved organic matter in the river. The sensors measure the reflection coefficients of four open-ended coaxial probes in contact with the filtered and reference water samples. This information determines the quality of water at the base station and can be used in the cloud networking of water harvesting systems in the smart cities. View this paper.