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The dartmouth/zigbee_radio dataset (v. 2008-01-07)  >  the Hallway_different_bodies traceset

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short description

Traceset of indoor experiments in a hallway in an office building measuring the radio characteristics of 802.15.4 mobile person-to-person communications.

description

The traceset contains results from indoors experiments in a 55 meter hallway in an office building where the receiver node is carried by two people with different body sizes.

release date
2008-01-07
date/time of measurement start
2007-08-19
date/time of measurement end
2007-08-19
methodology

This experiment is carried in a building hallway of an office building. In this case we take RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator), LQI (Link Quality Indicator), and throughput measurements at the receiver as a function of the transmitter-receiver distance.

The 55 meter hallway is marked by equally spaced markers every 2 meters and starting the experiments with the transmitter statically positioned at one edge of the hallway, hanging from the ceiling in LoS (Line of Sight) contact with the rest of the hallway.

The receiver node is carried starting under the transmitter node to the other end of the hallway by two people with different body sizes.

Person A's weight and height are 55 Kg and 1.65 meters respectively, whereas Person B's weight and height are 78 Kg and 1.79 meters, respectively.

Every time the person encounters a marker, the user button of the mote is clicked and a counter, which again represents an abstraction of the distance walked, is incremented. Every RSSI and LQI sample is stamped with the latest marker value which means that the RSSI and LQI values fall into bins identified by the number of markers minus one. The RSSI, LQI, and throughput values at the receiver at position i are calculated as the average of the RSSI, LQI, and throughput values collected by the receiver between position i and i+1 (assuming the receiver moves according to the i to i+1 direction).

By knowing the starting location of the nodes it is possible to determine the relative sender-receiver distance and an RSSI, LQI, and throughput map for each distance.

 the dartmouth/zigbee_radio/Hallway_different_bodies/personA trace
 the dartmouth/zigbee_radio/Hallway_different_bodies/personB trace
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