[Tinyos-help] TOSBase + Deluge = Mess?

Jonathan Hui jonhui at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 08:51:42 PDT 2005


Integrating Deluge and TOSBase gets a little tricky since Deluge
operates above the AM layer while TOSBase operates below it.

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Jonathan W. Hui
jwhui at cs.berkeley.edu
http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~jwhui/


On 9/19/05, Craig Pitches <CPitches at rlwinc.com> wrote:
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> I probably did something very stoopid by wiring Deluge into TOSBase. It
> doesn't appear to work as one might hope in blissful ignorance. In fact it
> doesn't appear to work at all. It does generate a lot of LED and Radio
> message activity.
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> I was hoping to get a Deluge enabled TOSBase station such that it could
> maintain the network programming image and propogate it to sensors that are
> awake for very short periods of time.
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> I'm sure my problem is due to ignorance.
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> Should this work? Or do I need to take another approach?
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> Background:
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> My challenge is developing a set of sensors that will have very little
> available power. They will sleep a lot and when they are awake they will not
> be awake for more than 30 or so seconds. Also, there is no coordination
> among the sensors about when to wake up.
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> The network topology will be a star. The concept has been to use a TOSBase
> module as the hub of the network.
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> My thought has been to use Deluge to re-program the nodes when required.
> Since the likelihood of sleeping nodes being able to reprogram each other
> seems remote, I was thinking that to have Deluge operational on the TOSBase
> node, which is line powered may be a way to accommodate the reprogramming.
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> Thanks!
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> Craig
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