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3G wireless communications for mobile robotic tele-ultrasonography systems

S. Garawi, R.S.H. Istepanian, M.A. Abu-Rgheff
2006 IEEE Communications Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are grateful to the European Union for support for this project (EU IST-2001-32516 project "OTELO: Integrated, end-to-end, mobile teleechography system").  ...  The real-time 3G performance results show the successful operation of this bandwidth demanding robotic m-health system. 3G Wireless Communications for Mobile Robotic Tele-Ultrasonography Systems portable  ...  The transport protocol family for media streaming includes User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), Real-Time Protocol (RTP), and Real-Time Transport Control Protocol (RTCP).  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2006.1632654 fatcat:or3dibwnsnds3cz3ilxdccovg4

Telemedicine: A brief analysis

Rajani Gupta, R.S. Gamad, Prashant Bansod, Zhongmin Jin
2014 Cogent Engineering  
Radio Network, World Wide interoperability of Microwave Access, Wireless Local Area Network, Wireless Body Area Network, Very Small Aperture Terminal, Satellite communication and WPAN (Bluetooth) used  ...  This paper reveals the present status of wireless telemedicine system for m-health application.  ...  A converged radio optical wireless access architecture over fibre technology proposed by authors to transport real time, uncompressed telepathology images over 25-km fibre.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311916.2014.966459 fatcat:y5dlbgkrenejdfda4pxvdpgoge

Ubiquitous Computing for Remote Cardiac Patient Monitoring: A Survey

Sunil Kumar, Kashyap Kambhatla, Fei Hu, Mark Lifson, Yang Xiao
2008 International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications  
New wireless technologies, such as wireless LAN and sensor networks, for telecardiology purposes give new possibilities for monitoring vital parameters with wearable biomedical sensors, and give patients  ...  This paper will detail the architecture and quality-of-service (QoS) characteristics in integrated wireless telecardiology platforms.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The work is partially supported by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grants no. CNS-0716455 and no.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2008/459185 pmid:18604301 pmcid:PMC2442250 fatcat:tffvd37gdjfudou5vxkdbpgf54

Fragility Issues of Medical Video Streaming over 802.11e-WLAN m-health Environments

Yow-Yiong Edwin Tan, Nada Philip, Robert S. H. Istepanian
2006 2006 International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society  
This paper presents some of the fragility issues of a medical video streaming over 802.11e-WLAN in m-health applications.  ...  Simulation results show that MCAFA outperforms EDCF in-terms of overall performance relevant to the requirements of high throughput of medical data and video streaming traffic in 3G/WLAN wireless environments  ...  It comprises a fully portable teleoperated robot allowing a specialist sonographer to perform a real-time robotised tele-echography to remote patients [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2006.260010 pmid:17945954 fatcat:tznsc7cyjrbnflzer4eu6mnfqu

Fragility Issues of Medical Video Streaming over 802.11e-WLAN m-health Environments

Yow-Yiong Edwin Tan, Nada Philip, Robert S. H. Istepanian
2006 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference Proceedings  
This paper presents some of the fragility issues of a medical video streaming over 802.11e-WLAN in m-health applications.  ...  Simulation results show that MCAFA outperforms EDCF in-terms of overall performance relevant to the requirements of high throughput of medical data and video streaming traffic in 3G/WLAN wireless environments  ...  It comprises a fully portable teleoperated robot allowing a specialist sonographer to perform a real-time robotised tele-echography to remote patients [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2006.4398904 fatcat:t2xmbwuxerekxfzvpe7mxxcace

A Tutorial for Emerging Wireless Medical Video Transmission Systems [Wireless Corner]

A. Panayides, M. S. Pattichis, C. S. Pattichis, A. Pitsillides
2011 IEEE Antennas & Propagation Magazine  
We present a tutorial introduction to the most important components of a wireless medical video transmission system.  ...  The wireless transmission of medical video is expected to see significant growth in the coming years.  ...  Table 2b . 2b End-to-end wireless medical video transmission systems using 3G: non-ROI-based systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/map.2011.5949369 fatcat:d5s4gl6ifrbwhdaxtpzzc3s33a

Ambulance Telemedicine Using Mobile Smart Devices Connected Through an LTE-A Network

박희준, 김진동, Wang Soo Geun, 염석란, Geun-Hyo Kim, 장전엽
2016 Journal of Clinical Otolaryngology  
The proposed system was designed to monitor the status of a patient being transported in an ambulance, using mobile smart devices communicating via a commercial LTE-A network, in real time without delays  ...  Materials and Methods:In the evaluation, a server and monitoring system were used to link four mobile devices simultaneously via a commercial LTE-A network.  ...  It was verified that a telemedicine system containing video servers and monitoring viewers could transmit telemedicine data reliably and stably in real time, using wired and wireless networks as well as  ... 
doi:10.35420/jcohns.2016.27.1.112 fatcat:hwvfpd2ig5a4dfe2cf7wusvuja

Efficient Video Distribution over WiMAX-Enabled Networks for Healthcare and Video Surveillance Applications [chapter]

Dmitry V., Dmitry K.
2012 Quality of Service and Resource Allocation in WiMAX  
in wireless communications have extended the boundaries and enlarged the scope of the application fields that vividly contribute to human safety and healthcare.  ...  of Computing and Communications, UK Efficient video distribution in E-health systems via WiMAX technology 2.1 E-health environment and diligent communication platform Recent technological breakthrough  ...  well as can act as fast-speed wireless transport communication platform (WiMAX, LTE-Adv, 3G, GPRS).  ... 
doi:10.5772/30628 fatcat:jijwq7fbjfg3xirgoc3hmye5nq

4G Wireless Communication Technologies: Introspection

D.D.Ahirrao, B.R.Patil
2015 Zenodo  
4G wireless communication technology is fully IP ba sed packet switched communication network which pro vides high speed internet access at anytime,anywhere and anyhow wit h seamless mobility to end-user  ...  con cerns and challenges of effectively implementing 4G wireless communication technology. https://www.ijiert.org/paper-details?  ...  streaming them related videos by medical consultant.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1473915 fatcat:huyceyyxl5dztcevpxsetptbdq

Context-aware IPv6 Flow Mobility for Multi-sensor Based Mobile Patient Monitoring and Tele-consultation

Norbert Varga, László Bokor, András Takács
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
We have implemented a real-life multi-sensor testbed architecture where the proposed system with its adaptive flow handover scheme was evaluated.  ...  patient monitoring and tele-consultation use-cases in a multi-sensor environment.  ...  In that case the smartphone is waiting for a RTSP client to request a stream. It is possible to use Libstreaming without RTSP, thus the session using only SDP over arbitrary transport protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.12.030 fatcat:3g25mdxdtvgahj5oz46rvu3wma

Chapter 64. eEmergency Healthcare Informatics [chapter]

E. Kyriacou, P. Constantinides, A. Panayides, M.S. Pattichis, C.S. Pattichis
2014 Zenodo  
However, their use in daily practice as well as the monitoring and evaluation of these systems still remains a goal to be achieved.  ...  Advances in communication technologies, information technology and medical technologies facilitate the development of effective systems that can be used in support of emergency healthcare (eEmergency).  ...  In this manner, a diagnostically robust system for transmission over 3G wireless networks is achieved.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2587570 fatcat:boqv2zuphbgapdvuyjojqji3nu

M-Business: Economy Driver or a Mess?

Sasha Dekleva
2004 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
While we know that the telecommunication industry is in distress, we also observe a phenomenal, indeed unprecedented explosion of the use of mobile wireless devices and services all over the globe.  ...  This paper presents a balanced introduction to wireless technology including devices, mobile operating systems, and communication protocols.  ...  video) Wi-Fi Unlikely to be technically or economically feasible on 2.5G or 3G networks High, a few MBytes per day E.g., real-time telemetry (process sensing) Wi-Fi, Bluetooth E.g., domestic  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01311 fatcat:mpz5qr4xf5hqrl7hmmcy6b64zq

A Seamless Ubiquitous Telehealthcare Tunnel

Po-Hsun Cheng, Bor-Shing Lin, Chu Yu, Shun-Hsiang Hu, Sao-Jie Chen
2013 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
For example, the inpatient MNC is a movable piece of equipment that includes a notebook computer, portable medical instruments, and required care appliances [2] .  ...  Mostly, the hospital uses MNC to collect clinical data via Wi-Fi networks and to save the data to the server side.  ...  The most compelling evidence is that Figure 6 shows a smooth network switching scenario between Wi-Fi and 3G wireless channels in the hospital; additionally, the deployed platform can process large medical  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph10083246 pmid:23917812 pmcid:PMC3774436 fatcat:nhlwugyq55enbhexoqrtfqfzpa

Healthcare Telematics Service Implementation Using OSGi Framework

S. Veera Ragavan, Kumail Haider, Madhavan Shanmugavel
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
This paper outlines the rapid application development of a Healthcare Telematics System application for use in emergency first response vehicles on the Service Oriented Architecture model using an OSGi  ...  In this paper, we have built a prototype application for use in Medical Telematics to provide remotely placed doctors at hospitals with patient FIRs to enable supervised emergency medical care by paramedics  ...  These services are accessed by the medical professional/s at the hospital through the internet over TCP/IP using wired or wireless networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.11.048 fatcat:sjs6aiukqfbvrjzc2ru2yydcqe

3G Networks in Emergency Telemedicine - An In-Depth Evaluation & Analysis

K. Perakis, G. Konnis, D. Koutsouris, K. Banitsas
2005 2005 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference  
The experimental results of the use of these systems are analyzed, the implementation of a tele-consultation unit is presented and their exploitation capabilities are explored.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the third generation telecommunications systems that are only recently being deployed in Europe, as well as argue on why a transition from 2G and 2.5G to 3G telecommunications  ...  Required A.N.U : Average Network Utilization A.P.S : Average TCP Packets Sent TABLE III TRANSMISSION III OF MEDICAL IMAGES USING HTTP OVER 3G NETWORKS Type US PET MG CT MRI Retinal DIM. 256x320  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2005.1616890 pmid:17282659 fatcat:oxt7t2o3hbf5nljbibl52qd3a4
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