Mehmet R. Yuce, Jamil Khan
Published December 6, 2011
Reference - 582 Pages - 84 Color & 126 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9789814316712 - CAT# N10478
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The book provides a comprehensive overview for the latest WBAN systems, technologies, and applications. The chapters of the book have been written by various specialists who are experts in their areas of research and practice. The book starts with the basic techniques involved in designing and building WBAN systems. It explains the deployment issues and then moves into the application areas of WBAN. The remaining chapters focus on the development of hardware, signal processing algorithms, and wireless communication and network design for wearable and implantable body sensors used in WBAN applications. The book also deals with the antenna design, propagation in and around the body, channel modeling, coexistence and power management issues, which are other critical design components for WBAN systems to achieve a successful hospital deployment.
Wireless Patient Monitoring in a Clinical Setting, E. J. Pino et al.
Real-Time Cardiac Arrhythmias Monitoring, Z. Haiying et al.
Human Bio-Kinematic Monitoring, R. Jafari et al.
Signal Processing In-Node Frameworks for Wireless Body Area Networks, F. Aiello and G. Fortino
Hardware Developments and Systems for Wireless Body Area Networks, M. R. Yuce
Wireless Body Area Network Implementations for Ambulatory Health Monitoring, R. Naima and J. Canny
Ambulatory Recording of Bio-Potential Signals, R. F. Yazicioglu
Network and Medium Access Control Protocol Design, J. Y. Khan
Power Management in Body Area Networks, V. Sivaraman et al.
Channel Modeling of Narrowband Body Centric Wireless Communications, S. L. Cotton and W. G. Scanlon
Antenna Design and Propagation, T. Dissanayake
Coexistence issues, A. Sikora
Implanted Wireless Communication, H. Higgins
Wireless Power and Data Telemetry for Wearable and Implantable Electronics, Z. Yang et al.
Ultra Wideband Wireless Body Area Networks, M. R. Yuce and Ho Chee Keong