What is a synchronous sensor network?
A synchronous sensor network consists of distributed autonomous sensors to monitor physical or environmental conditions and to pass their data through the sensor network to a main location. When the data is sampled synchronously and transmitted wireless at high speed, the system is called synchronous sensor network.
Data acquisition systems are typically synchronized or distributed, but not both. Now, a new class of high-speed wireless data acquisition hardware from ELOVIS gives you the best of both worlds. With our system, data can be acquired across a distributed network of radio nodes with complete synchronization. The synchrony among our radio nodes is only a 1 µs standard deviation.
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