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WATERSHED SENSOR NETWORK NON-LINE-OF-SIGHT DATA TELEMETRY SYSTEM
DORSEY, PAUL

2007, MS, University of Cincinnati, Engineering : Electrical Engineering.
A non-line-of-sight digital datalink has been developed and tested using a high frequency radio for transmission of water quality monitoring data within a 20 mile range. Features of this design include real-time continuous monitoring of remote sensor measurements, all-weather 30 Mhz transmission (without repeaters), and solar-powered remote telemetry stations. Remote sensor data is transmitted to a central monitoring station from a network of water quality sensor sites for alarms, analysis, and archiving purposes. The data telemetry system has the potential for receiving water quality monitoring data from several watershed locations simultaneously at one data processing point. Lastly, the cost efficiency of this system compared to typical cellular, satellite, or phone landline datalink systems.
Dr. Patrick Garrett (Advisor)
63 p.

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