ICARUS : Very Low Power Satellite-Based IoT

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KRONDORF, Marco, Steffen BITTNER, Dirk PLETTEMEIER, Andreas KNOPP, Martin WIKELSKI, 2022. ICARUS : Very Low Power Satellite-Based IoT. In: Sensors. MDPI. 22(17), 6329. eISSN 1424-8220. Available under: doi: 10.3390/s22176329

@article{Krondorf2022-09ICARU-58495, title={ICARUS : Very Low Power Satellite-Based IoT}, year={2022}, doi={10.3390/s22176329}, number={17}, volume={22}, journal={Sensors}, author={Krondorf, Marco and Bittner, Steffen and Plettemeier, Dirk and Knopp, Andreas and Wikelski, Martin}, note={Article Number: 6329} }

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