Increasing use of wireless networks has empowered the facility of ubiquitous health monitoring especially in advanced countries. Various small devices are attached to human body forming personalized wireless body area network (WBAN). These small devices interact with each other using different radios and antennas schemes proposed by many researchers around the globe. However, most of these schemes are facing problem of inefficiency due to fading and shadowing effects. We propose a novel multi-radio multichannel framework for efficient communication among devices in WBAN. The focus of this research is to ensure energy efficient and reliable communication in WBAN.
Ali Alrajeh, Nabil; Khan, Shafiullah; E-A Campbell, Carlene; and Shams, Bilal
"Multi-Channel Framework for Body Area Network in Health Monitoring,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 07:
5, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol07/iss5/11