Yegin, K. | Kavak, A. | Cayirci, E. | Dandekar, K.
Editorial | 2014 | International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks2014
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Koç, G. | Yegin, K.
Article | 2013 | International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks2013
Extensive field tests were carried out to assess the performance of adaptive thresholds algorithm for footstep and vehicle detection using seismic sensors. Each seismic sensor unit is equipped with wireless sensor node to communicate critical data to sensor gateway. Results from 92 different test configurations were analyzed in terms of detection and classification. Hit and false alarm rates of classification algorithm were formed, and detection ranges were determined based on these results. Amplification values of low-intensity seismic data were also taken into account in the analysis. Algorithm-dependent constants such as adaptive . . . thresholds sample sizes were examined for performance. Detection and classification of seismic signals due to footstep, rain, or vehicle were successfully performed. © 2013 Gökhan Koç and Korkut Yegin
Bilgiç, M.M. | Yegin, K.
Polarization reconfigurable microstrip patch antenna is presented for 2.4-2.5 GHz wireless sensor network and WLAN applications. Dual feed degenerate mode patch is used as the starting point for circular polarization and L-shaped islands which can be connected or disconnected to the main patch via RF switches are placed around the patch. When L-shape structure is connected, the patch radiates in linear polarization modes with either vertical or horizontal polarization depending on the feed being used. When RF switches are not biased, the antenna is in circular polarization mode. Full wave simulations and measurements were carried ou . . .t to validate the design. © 2013 Mustafa Murat Bilgiç and Korkut Yegin
Kang, K.-D. | Menasche, D.S. | Küçük, G. | Zhu, T. | Yi, P.
Editorial | 2017 | International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks13 ( 9 )
Koc, G. | Yegin, K.
Seismic sensors are invaluable for intruder detection and perimeter security. In a typical wireless sensor network application of seismic sensors, the units are battery powered and low power consumption becomes critical while fulfilling system requirements. Although many systems utilize 24-bit ADC for seismic signal processing, we employed 12-bit ADC for low power consumption. Because of this relatively low resolution ADC, preamplifier and filters require careful hardware design. We employ bidirectional T-type filtering, noise reduction, and distributed filtering between gain stages before the signal is input to ADC. The proposed de . . .sign was verified with measurements. Seismic data signals due to footsteps at varying distances were successfully measured. © 2013 Gokhan Koc and Korkut Yegin
An algorithm is developed for footstep, vehicle, and rain detection using seismic sensors operating in a wireless sensor network. Each standalone seismic sensor is coupled with a wireless node, and alarm conditions were evaluated at the sensor rather than at the gateway. The algorithm utilizes slow and quick adaptive thresholds to eliminate static and dynamic noise to check for any disturbance. Duration calculation and filters were used to identify the correct alarm condition. The algorithm was performed on preliminary field tests, and detection performance was verified. Footstep alarm condition up to 8 meters and vehicle presence a . . .larm condition up to 50 meters were observed. Presence of rain did not create any alarm condition. Detection based on kurtosis was also performed and shortcomings of kurtosis especially for vehicle detection were discussed, proposed algorithm has minimal load on the sensor board and its data processing unit; thus, it is energy efficient and suitable for wireless sensor alarm networks. © 2013 Gökhan Koç and Korkut Yegin