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BPN558: 16-Channel IEEE802.15.4 Packet Sniffer

Project ID BPN558
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Start Date Wed 2010-Feb-03 18:13:26
Last Updated Fri 2010-Feb-05 11:52:51
Abstract The goal of this project is to build a multi-channel sniffer capable of listening on all available channels at the same time, and which can interpret the packets it receives. In its current state, 16 Atmel IEEE802.15.4 radios are driven by software capable of parsing packets into a user defined format. A front end graphical user interface displays the content of the received packets. Frequency-agile protocols for low power wireless sensor networks, such as IEEE802.15.4E or WirelessHART, use channel hopping to increase the robustness of the wireless link. In these networks, packets are exchanged at different frequencies. Listening to the packets exchanged on these networks requires listening to multiple channels at the same time.
Status New
Funding Source Industry
IAB Research Area Wireless, RF & Smart Dust
Researcher(s) Boyang Zhang, Thomas Watteyne
Advisor(s) Kristofer S.J. Pister
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