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Modular, portable, and reconfigurable wireless sensing system for the aircraft cabin

Author: Sin Ming Loo; Boise State University.; Kansas State University.; United States. Office of Aerospace Medicine.
Publisher: Washington, DC : Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aerospace Medicine, [2009]
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"This paper describes the design and prototyping of a modular, portable, reconfigurable, and wireless multipurpose sensor system for monitoring and recording environmental conditions in aircraft cabins. The objective of this small, portable embedded sensing system is to record aircraft cabin conditions on flights of convenience to generate a large database for determination of normal conditions. By designing a  Read more...
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Modular, portable, and reconfigurable wireless sensing system for the aircraft cabin.
Washington, DC : Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aerospace Medicine, [2009]
(OCoLC)461307773
Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sin Ming Loo; Boise State University.; Kansas State University.; United States. Office of Aerospace Medicine.
OCLC Number: 855514267
Notes: Cover title.
"September 2009."
"DOT/FAA/AM-09/18."
"OK-09-0434-JAH."
"Work was accomplished under Public law 108-76."
Not distributed to depository libraries.
Description: 1 online resource (v, 13 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Responsibility: Sin Ming Loo [and others].

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"This paper describes the design and prototyping of a modular, portable, reconfigurable, and wireless multipurpose sensor system for monitoring and recording environmental conditions in aircraft cabins. The objective of this small, portable embedded sensing system is to record aircraft cabin conditions on flights of convenience to generate a large database for determination of normal conditions. By designing a sensor system that can be easily reconfigured for different needs (with the ability and flexibility to accommodate different/extra sensors), the system can be used to measure parameters that meet multiple research requirements. Through design considerations such as generalized signal interface and hierarchical code structure that can be easily reworked for new sensors, this sensor system has been developed for optimum usefulness in aircraft environment research. In the current setup, the system is configured with temperature, humidity, sound level, carbon dioxide, and pressure sensors. The system has been calibrated in the laboratory without the use of a pressure chamber. Data from six flights are presented in this report."--Report documentation page.

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