Jaringan Sensor Wireless pada Gedung dengan Menggunakan Xbee Seri-2

  • Bustanul Arifin Universitas Islam Sultan Agung
  • Muhammad Khosyi’in Universitas Islam Sultan Agung
  • Fuad Ilham Universitas Islam Sultan Agung


 Wireless sensor networks can use devices from various kinds. One of them is the Xbee which has
two types of series that are series 1 and series 2. Network topology that can be used by both of two device
series is also vary according to their characteristics. This study used Xbee series 2 that had advantages
compared to other series. The type of Xbee used was two types of standard type and pro type. The research
was located in Faculty of Industrial Technology of UNISSULA building that had three floors and the
distance of each floor was 6 meters. Testing was done with obstacles condition in one floor or between
floors. The tested parameters include the RSSI value, the Throughput value, and the value of the Loss
package. With peer to peer topology, Xbee Pro was able to communicate between 1st and 3rd floor with 85
-dBm value, while the standard Xbee was no longer able to communicate. At a distance of 25 m Xbee
Standard with 20 byte data obtained throughput value of 0.95 with 0% packet loss value while Xbee Pro
was able to reach a distance of 50 m with a throughput value of 0.83 and packet loss 0.1%. Measurements
with a mesh topology used an Xbee as a coordinator and four other Xbee as routers placed in various FTI
building spaces. Placing the router on the ladder gave result in better value of RSSI and better throughput
compared to placing it in the lobby of each floor. The failure percentage of data transmission with this
method was very good that was reach 0%.

How to Cite
ARIFIN, Bustanul; KHOSYI’IN, Muhammad; ILHAM, Fuad. Jaringan Sensor Wireless pada Gedung dengan Menggunakan Xbee Seri-2. Prosiding Sentrinov (Seminar Nasional Terapan Riset Inovatif), [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. TI86-TI97, nov. 2017. ISSN 2477-2097. Available at: <http://proceeding.sentrinov.org/index.php/sentrinov/article/view/249>. Date accessed: 12 june 2021.