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Technological advancements have made intelligent monitoring devices such as integrated circuits and wireless communications smaller, lighter, and more energy-efficient. When combined with WBAN (Wireless Body Area Network), these devices can be connected seamlessly with Smart Grid and Renewable Energy Systems. Devices of this type are compact and in...
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Wireless body area networks play a vital role in the medical field by saving human lives. It senses the human body condition and transmits it to the respective doctors. The faster the communication, the sensed data can be transmitted faster and the patients in emergency can be treated on time. Therefore, to increase the speed of communication, Unma...
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The paper presents the design and analysis of a sectored—circular microstrip terahertz antenna with the defective ground structure for Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) and Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) applications. The designed antenna is fed by a microstrip line feed and provides an impedance bandwidth of 11.844 THz (0.12–11.964 THz). To...
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Wireless Body Area Network is one of network technology that have revolutionized the world of technology and to explain the importance of the networking major in the different majors, in this project we choose one of the important major in the life is the healthcare major. In this research explain how can make system emergency to the elderly people...
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In today’s era, personal security is a significant issue, and research is being conducted worldwide for better solutions to protect us in times of danger. Other than learning self-protection, people need to have a specialized gadget that allows them to find support the soonest while they are in a difficult situation. However, admittance to a partic...
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Due to its low-powered, low-cost implementation, 802.15.6 standard dedicated for Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs) have become important, and the urge to increase their performance has become a necessity. With low / heavy traffic, the most notable persisting problems are packet delivery ratio (PDR), packet loss ratio (PLR), and end-to-end (E2D) d...
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Remote monitoring system has been applied in different applications such as agriculture, industrial automation, defence, telecommunication and health care. In health care applications, wireless networks get the impact with Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN). WBAN is helpful in monitoring patients’ health and it also possesses secure transmission and...
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Wireless body area networks (WBANs) are attracting considerable and widespread interest owing to their many uses in several applications. Within the next few years, WBANs are likely to become an important component in the medical field. Specifically, with the emergence of epidemic diseases such as COVID-19 and because of the important services it p...
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This paper presents the design of three types of dual band (2.5 & 5.2 GHz) wearable microstrip patch antennas. The first one is based on a conventional ground plane, whereas the other two antennas are based on two different types of two-dimensional electromagnetic band gap (EBG) structures. The design of these two different dual-band EBG structures...
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The performance of IEEE 802.15.6 standard for wireless body area network (WBAN) has been studied by many researchers and various techniques to improve its performance such as throughput have been proposed. For example, the throughput can be improved considerably by allowing the contention probability of each node to approach zero for each collision...
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Monitoring and gathering data on sporting activities holds significant promise for athletes, equipment developers, and physical fitness clinicians. Wireless Body Area Networks are being used in sporting environments as a means of gathering data, providing feedback, and helping to gain understanding of athletic activities. Applying WBANs to skiing s...
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Advances in wireless sensor and internet technologies has rapidly increased the prevalence of remote health monitoring using wireless body area networks (WBAN). However, it turns out that WBAN pervasiveness draws attention to address the data transmission challenges. Due to the limited bandwidth in the industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) band...
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Continuous health status monitoring of the medical user (MU) with cloud-based wireless body area network (WBAN) is a key emerging technology in e-healthcare. Using this technology, WBAN continuously uploads the present physiological parameters to cloud. Cloud analyzes the private health information (PHI) of MU and detects any medical emergency of t...
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The technological progression in the area of Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) has made it possible to design various sensing modules operating for detecting the multitudinous physical attributes of a patient's body. However, the limited battery of these sensing devices has restricted the scope for WBAN. Hence, it is imperative to design an energy...
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Wireless body area network (WBAN) is an excellent platform to transfer crucial health data from a human body to the database over a public channel. Thus, it is essential to protect sensitive data, as an adversary can intercept communications. Besides, it is also vital to verify the user (sender and receiver) before providing data access for health...
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The paper presents a wearable fractal textile antenna design for Wireless Body Area network. The antenna is designed by using hybrid Sierpinski-Minkowski fractal geometry on the microstrip patch antenna. The proposed textile wearable antenna based on fractal geometry acts as multiband antenna and is applicable for ISM band, WiFi, Bluetooth, WLAN an...
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The wireless body area network (WBAN) can monitor human physiological information for a long time and alleviate problems such as the imbalance of medical resources distribution and population aging. The complex human media may make data transmission unstable in wireless body area networks. A delay-tolerant WBAN opportunity transmission method based...
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Wireless Body Area Network is one of network technology that have revolutionized the world of technology and to explain the importance of the networking major in the different majors, in this project we choose one of the important major in the life is the healthcare major. In this project explain how can make system emergency to the elderly people...
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Wireless body area networks (WBANs) have seen an increase in popularity in recent years. Electromagnetic waves created by the body have the capacity to connect nodes all over the epidermis and throughout the body. If the gadget does not cause discomfort or harm, it can be linked to or implanted in the body. This is something that is currently being...
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In this letter a novel notched multi‐input‐multi‐output (MIMO) flexible slot antenna with a C‐slot is proposed and designed for wireless body area network (WBAN) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The proposed antenna is comprised of four similar elements with the feed line of coplanar waveguide (CPW). Antenna is printed on flexible liquid...
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Wireless body area network (WBAN) is a novel technology with the incorporation of numerous types of devices, which is also employed in health monitoring applications. Human activity recognition (HAR) receives more interest in recent times along with wearable sensors. HAR system provides information about a person's identity, personality, and psycho...
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The recently released IEEE 802.15.6 standard specifies several physical (PHY) layers and medium access control (MAC) layer protocols for variety of medical and non-medical applications of Wireless Body Area Networks (WBAN). The medical applications of WBAN has several obligatory requirements and constrains viz. high reliability, strict delay deadli...
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Wireless body area networks (WBANs) are becoming a popular and convenient mechanism for IoT-based health monitoring applications. Maintaining the energy efficiency of the nodes in WBANs without degrading network performance is one of the crucial factors for the success of this paradigm. Obtaining routes for data packets should be a dynamic decision...
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Several recent technologies are emerging that integrate the wearable system with antenna technology. The wearable antennas embedded into textiles are the most promising and fully integrative ones in the field of Wireless Body Area Networks (WBAN). In this paper, a fully textile wearable antenna operating at 2.4 GHz with Minkowski fractal design is...
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Big data analytics (BDA) using machine learning play an important role to drive actionable insights from a huge volume of data for different organizations, especially healthcare. The healthcare industry’s data is growing significantly due to the advancement of technology. It becomes a challenging task to acquire, store, analyze, and visualize healt...
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In this paper, a wearable ultra-wideband (UWB) microstrip antenna is designed to meet the demand for Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN). This is a wearable textile antenna, which was formed on a jeans fabric substrate to reduce surface-wave losses. The single-fed circular strip monopole antenna provides good impedance matching over the entire UWB fr...
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Wireless body area networks and medical servers exchange sensitive and private patient data that should be protected from malicious entities. To achieve this, numerous security solutions have been presented in literature. However, some of these security protocols have many security vulnerabilities that expose the wireless body area networks to atta...
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With the rapid development and popularization of cloud computing, people are willing to upload their own data to the cloud to enjoy the services. However, some personal and private data are not suitable for uploading directly to the cloud. Therefore, these data must be encrypted before uploading to the cloud to ensure the confidentiality. To achiev...
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Aiming at the problem that the data encryption schemes applied in wireless body area networks (WBANs) lack crypticity, in this paper, a meaningful data encryption scheme by combining P-tensor product compressive sensing model, newly-designed chaotic map and data embedding technology is presented. First, a novel one-dimensional discrete chaotic map...
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Telecare medical information system (TMIS) is a technology used in a wireless body area network (WBAN), which has a crucial role in healthcare services. TMIS uses wearable devices with sensors to collect patients’ data and transmit the data to the controller node via a public channel. Then, the medical server obtains the data from the controller no...
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A compact high-isolation diversity and circular polarized (CP) multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) fabric antenna for 2.4 GHz ISM band applications is presented. A metamaterial (MTM)-inspired radiating element is used for the miniaturization of the presented fabric antenna. The proposed antenna is fabricated on a denim substrate and has a dimensi...
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Body to body networks (BBNs) are a kind of large-scaled sensor network that are composed of several wireless body area networks (WBANs) in the distributed structure, and in recent decades, BBNs have played a key role in medical, aerospace, and military applications. Compared with the traditional WBANs, BBNs have larger scales and longer transmissio...
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This paper presents a low-profile, wearable textile antenna, designed for Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) applications operating in the 5.8GHz band for Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) applications. An Artificial Magnetic Conductor (AMC) structure was used to improve antenna performance and protect the human body from back-radiation. The...
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A patient's body gets exposed to RF radiation due to node data transmissions in a Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN). Therefore, in addition to energy efficiency, the adverse effect of node radiation on human health is also an important concern for WBAN. The quantum of radiation exposure is measured in terms of the specific absorption rate (SAR). SA...
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Nowadays, medical applications require much medical information to analyze various diseases. To collect various medical data, wearable devices collect patient health and medical details using a wireless body area network. The collected details consist of several critical details: oxygen level, heart attack information, blood pressure, airflow and s...
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Wireless body area networks (WBANs) are a research area that supports patients with healthcare monitoring. In WBAN, the Internet of Things (IoT) is connected with WBAN for a smart/remote healthcare monitoring system in which various medical diseases are diagnosed. Quality of service (QoS), security and energy efficiency achievements are the major i...
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Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) is a promising technology that improves life quality and enhances medical healthcare services. The activities and communications of sensors lead to a temperature rise, which can be fatal for the human body. The heating problem is addressed by the thermal-aware strategy, which has great importance. This paper rev...
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Modern healthcare quality has been under increasing pressure. Wireless Body Area Networks have enabled better monitoring of health and reduced costs. A wireless body area network comprises miniature sensors that can be worn or implanted to record a person’s health data. The uninterrupted and quick access to a patient’s health status makes it easier...
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In Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs), on the one hand, the energy of nodes is limited. On the other hand, the network topology often changes due to human movement or posture changes. Unstable network topology is easy to cause packet loss, and packet loss will cause inaccurate data collection. Therefore, how to effectively use energy to transmit d...
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In this paper, a broadband circularly polarized wearable antenna for wireless body area network (WBAN) communication is proposed. The antenna consists of 2 × 2 metasurface unit cells with 12 parasitic rectangular metal patches. A driven patch with an unsymmetric U‐shaped slot is used to excite the proposed antenna. Flexible materials of felt and po...
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The recently released IEEE 802.15.6 standard specifies several physical (PHY) layers and medium access control (MAC) layer protocols for variety of medical and non-medical applications of Wireless Body Area Networks (WBAN). Themedical applications of WBAN hasseveral obligatory requirements and constrains viz. high reliability, strict delaydeadlines...
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Two important criteria of wireless body area networks (WBANs) are low power consumption and delay. These criteria can be met by designing efficient medium access control (MAC) protocols. In this paper, two TDMA-based MAC protocols are proposed. The first protocol, TM–MAC makes use of only a main radio. The second proposed protocol, TWM–MAC makes us...
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Worldwide, 16.7 million people die each year due to cardiovascular disease. These statistics raise demand of devices like sensor-based pacemakers (PM) which are not just doing heart rate augmentation but also capable to transmit information via wireless link to on body sensor and support remote monitoring of such patients. As per the world health o...
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This paper introduces a new design for a wireless body area network (WBAN) antenna employed as a body central antenna. The role of this central antenna is to receive the data from the on‐body and in‐body biosensors working at 2.45 GHz and transmit it off‐body to a worldwide interoperability for microwave access (WiMax) antenna at 5.8 GHz. The centr...
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Wireless data transmission has surged at an exponential rate and researchers are now looking at radio frequency bands that can accommodate these ever-increasing needs of cellular data users. Wireless infrastructure must be developed and utilized to meet the growing capacity and connectivity requirements. To fulfil the requirement of high-speed data...
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Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) is a promising technology that is having a significant number of applications in healthcare. Despite having several benefits, WBAN is susceptible to several security attacks, particularly related to the node misbehavior attacks such as sinkholes, wormholes, blackholes, and gray hole attacks. In this research work,...
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The world is advancing to a new era where a new concept is emerging that deals with “wirelessness”. As we know, renewable energy is the future, and this research studied the integration of both fields that results in a futuristic, powerful, and advanced model of wireless body area networks. Every new emerging technology does have some cons; in this...
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The Covid-19 pandemic is a deadly epidemic and continues to affect all world. This situation dragged the countries into a global crisis and caused the collapse of some health systems. Therefore, many technologies are needed to slow down the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic and produce solutions. In this context, some developments have been made with...
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COVID-19 was first reported in China Wuhan and rapidly grown up to more than 58 countries based on the World Health Organization (WHO). Well ahead of any health emergency, the health care server has the ability to access these data via authorization and then s/he performs necessary actions. In order to protect medical data from malicious activi...
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A Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) is a network of wireless sensor nodes that can be installed inside or outside of the human body. This network is crucial in medical problems. Due to storage, battery power, and computational resource limitations, the security of medical information such as medical photographs or other information is a major conce...
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With the emergence of new viral infections and the rapid spread of chronic diseases in recent years, the demand for integrated short-range wireless technologies is becoming a major bottleneck. Implementation of advanced medical telemonitoring and telecare systems for on-body sensors needs frequent recharging or battery replacement. This paper discu...
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This paper studies how to efficiently harvest energy and improve network throughput so that the narrowband user equipment has a longer life span instead of replacing batteries every few years to keep them working. To harvest enough energy for spectrum sensing and data transmission, we propose a grouping-based network which also maximizes the networ...
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In this paper, a simple and compact wide-slot circularly polarized antenna backed by a 2×2 artificial magnetic conductor (AMC) array is presented for 5.8 GHz wireless body area network (WBAN) applications. An inverted T-shaped parasitic strip at the open end of a microstrip line extension and slot modification was applied to attain wideband CP. The...