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Wireless Water Quality Monitoring System

Authored on: Aug 17, 2020

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Several industries, such as beverage production, pharmaceutical plants, waste water treatment plants, and more, rely on water quality monitoring systems to measure and control important water quality indicators. Parameters defining physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of water can be used as water quality indicators.

This article focuses on chemical measurement parameters that have been historically indispensable and unreliable, posing an implementation burden. In process, high reliability wireless sensing networks are now possible with new measurement and networking technologies. Read the article to learn more.

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