Designing Sensors into Battery-Powered IoT Nodes

Introduction

The Internet of Things (IoT) is turning real-world “analog” events into networked actions and reactions. Connected IoT nodes monitor analog events and, when events occur that need to be reported, translate them over the Internet to the cloud for an application to do something with it.
One of the most prominent classes of IoT applications uses battery-powered sensors, placed in a zone with no electrical wires to monitor events and communicate wirelessly to the IoT network. In most cases, these products are always-on, battery-operated, wireless sensors that support a wireless protocol, an MCU, and at least one analog sensor.

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