Key Technology of Electronic Nose Gas Recognizer Based on Wireless Sensor Networks


  • Mei Hong Changchun University



Electronic Nose Gas Recognizer, Wireless Sensor, Transient Response


Electronic nose gas recognizer is a kind of instrument simulating biological olfactory function for gas detection, which is widely applied in underground construction, aerospace, medical treatment and other fields. The sensing mechanism of the wireless sensor is complex. The wireless sensor array can realize the cross-response of the mixed gas, as well as data acquisition, processing and transmission by wireless transmission. This study applies the wireless sensor array to the electronic nose gas recognition technology, and conducts detection and recognition of three kinds of volatile gas, as well as analyzes the transient response of four wireless sensors and the transient response of wireless sensor array. It is found that the transient response curves are related to the characteristics and sample properties of wireless sensors, but not directly related to sample components. The whole transient response process includes four processes, namely steady state, rising process, maximum response and falling process. The response curve change of wireless sensor array to engine oil volatile gas is similar to that of diesel oil, but the conductance value is smaller than that of diesel oil gas response curve.

Author Biography

Mei Hong, Changchun University

Mei Hong, female, Research Department of Changchun University, associate researcher. Major research fields: computer science technology, algorithm research, pattern recognition; one article was published in the EI journal, one was in Chinese core journal, and 8 papers were in provincial journals.




How to Cite

Hong, M. (2018). Key Technology of Electronic Nose Gas Recognizer Based on Wireless Sensor Networks. International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE), 14(10), pp. 68–79.