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body area network

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BAN

A group of wireless sensors worn by, or inserted into a patient, and used to monitor vital signs and other physiological parameters.
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Lee, "PNP-MAC: Preemptive Slot Allocation and Non-Preemptive Transmission for Providing QoS in Body Area Networks," in Proc.
2007) Body Area Network and Its Standardization at IEEE 802.
His research interests includes routing protocol in low power and lossynetwokrs, and wireless body area networks (WBANs).
Sayrafian-Pour, "Channel model for body area network (BAN)," Tech.
Troster, "Small patch antennas for UWB wireless body area network," Electronics Laboratory, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich), 2007.
Kohno, "Performance analysis of multiple-hop wireless body area network," Journal of Communications and Networks, 17(4), pp.
Kohno, "Channel modeling and performance evaluation of UWB-based wireless body area networks," Proc.
London, Oct 9 (ANI): A new type of wireless body area network (BAN) has been unveiled that can keep a check on the function of vital body organs and warn the patients in case anything goes wrong, and that too via their cellphones.
A Body Area Network (BAN) is a group of wireless sensors carried by a human, such as the Nike + iPod Sport Kit that uses a sneaker-based sensor and iPod Nano to enhance training.
A typical wireless body area network (WBAN) consists of a number of low-power and miniature sensors with wireless communication capabilities, in the vicinity of, or inside, a human body [1][2].
Harding, "Wireless body area network (WBAN) design techniques and performance evaluation," Journal of Medical Systems, vol.
Wireless body area network (WBAN) is a novel wireless technology-driven human body monitoring network which aims to predict, diagnose, and monitor the response of the body to treatments [1]-[3].