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Wireless communication protocol based on EDF for wireless body sensor networks

Raúl Aquino-Santos, Apolinar González Potes, Ví­ctor Rangel-Licea, Miguel A. Garcí­a-Ruiz, L. A. Villaseñor-González, Arthur Edwards-Block
2008 Journal of Applied Research and Technology  
This paper presents a wireless communication protocol based on the Earliest Deadline First policy for wireless body sensor networks.  ...  The protocol has been analytically modeled using Colored Petri Networks and Simulated in OPNET.  ...  Our protocol has been analytically modeled using Colored Petri Networks and Simulated in OPNET. Table II . Values utilized for the scenario.  ... 
doi:10.22201/icat.16656423.2008.6.02.525 fatcat:nm4tkkchs5dfhheajvkin5qwry

Evaluation of Suitability of Current Industrial Standards in Designing Control Applications for Internet of Things Healthcare Sensor Networks

Mishra, Agrawal
2019 Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks  
We conceptualized and simulated a 24-channel IoT-HSN model that includes biosensors as well as bioactuators. Currently, no protocol supporting control in such networks has been standardized.  ...  In this work we have attempted to test some aspects of feasibility on the use of wireless control involving such protocols for IoT healthcare sensor networks (IoT-HSNs).  ...  This bandwidth is achieved after the effects of interference, multiple subnets, and a second wireless network.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jsan8040054 fatcat:szbfqn25ungfzcfy7dzkkc3b6a

An Adaptive Fault-Tolerant Communication Scheme for Body Sensor Networks

Guowei Wu, Jiankang Ren, Feng Xia, Zichuan Xu
2010 Sensors  
A high degree of reliability for critical data transmission is required in body sensor networks (BSNs).  ...  In order to fulfill the reliability requirements of critical sensors, fault-tolerant priority and queue are employed to adaptively adjust the channel bandwidth allocation.  ...  Introduction With recent advances in intelligent (bio-) medical sensors, low-power integrated circuits and wireless networking technologies, Body Sensor Networks (BSNs) have been applied in many areas,  ... 
doi:10.3390/s101109590 pmid:22163428 pmcid:PMC3230993 fatcat:h6cmrf34fnhgdpxy2tnsfo7sqy

Towards achieving efficient MAC protocols for WBAN-enabled IoT technology: a review

Damilola D. Olatinwo, Adnan M. Abu-Mahfouz, Gerhard P. Hancke
2021 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking  
For instance, a promising technology in the healthcare sector known as wireless body area network (WBAN) could be integrated with the IoT to enhance its productivity.  ...  specifications, technical issues such as energy wastage issues, and possible technical solutions were provided to enhance energy efficiency, channel utilization, data transmission rate, and dealy rate  ...  , increase oneway delay, as well as reduce the link bandwidth effectiveness.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13638-021-01919-1 fatcat:tkup4lpzlna4dlqixz5xvyhke4

Survey of Popular Networks Used for Biosensors

2014 Biosensors Journal  
In this paper we would like to review different networks used for connecting biosensors pointing out popular applications for each one.  ...  Among others, health applications are likely to benefit most from networked biosensors.  ...  WLAN ( IEEE 802.11e ) The standard is one of the most commonly used wireless network technologies in the world because of cost effectiveness, easy deployment, hightransmission rates of up to 54 Mbps in  ... 
doi:10.4172/2090-4967.1000110 fatcat:vns776ou65eejk3bm6s35zhc24

An Overview of Research Issues in the Modern Healthcare Monitoring System Design using Wireless Body area Network

Yu.
2012 American Journal of Applied Sciences  
Results: This study reviews on the recent research in the field of wireless body area networks and modern health-care systems.  ...  In addition to this, the medical diagnosis and patient consultations can be delivered via wire/wireless communication networks.  ...  Worldwide there are many research are carried out in the wireless body area network based healthcare systems, especially many organization like Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) are initiated state  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajassp.2012.54.59 fatcat:pnsh2gczijag3evc5nggb636b4

Telemonitoring System Architecture for Emotion Recognition with WBSN and Ensemble Learning [article]

Maryam El Azhari
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
to the need for ubiquitous healthcare.It provides a real-time telemonitoring system to treat several chronic diseases using wireless biosensors.The first standard to support communication between biosensors  ...  The standard regulates the communication in,on or inside the human body for a short-range and low power wireless communications.IEEE 802.15.6 operates on a Medium Access Control (MAC) layer that supports  ...  Fig. 3 : EEG electrode positions in 10-x system Wireless EEG biosensors The advancement in wireless communication and electronics manufacturing has enabled the development of wireless EEG biosensors  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.07.25.501385 fatcat:skjas73txzcg7c55m4fljbu4ae

Impact of Wireless Channel Model on 802.15.6 Standard Performance for Wireless Body Sensor Networks

Maryam El azhari, Ahmed Toumanari, Rachid Latif, Nadya El moussaid
2016 International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security  
Wireless Body Sensor Network (WBAN) is a set of wearable and implantable devices capable of measuring physiological parameters and monitoring patient with chronic disease where early diagnosis is highly  ...  SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE OF WIRELESS BODY SENSOR NETWORKS Careful system design of WBANs is highly required due to resource constraints of biosensors, to this end, many proposals for WBANs network architecture  ...  INTRODUCTION With Wireless Body Area Networks (WBAN) is a special type of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) which provides remote monitoring of physiological parameters such as: body temperature, cardiac  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijcnis.2016.05.01 fatcat:2oxegxacfzhejabz2yrthyoj34

Hadoop-Based Healthcare Information System Design and Wireless Security Communication Implementation

Hongsong Chen, Zhongchuan Fu
2015 Mobile Information Systems  
In wireless biosensor network, authentication and key transfer should be lightweight.  ...  Sunspot wireless sensor nodes are used to build healthcare secure communication network; wireless nodes and base station are assigned different tasks to achieve secure communication goal in healthcare  ...  So security and privacy [5, 6] issues have become critical research fields in wireless biosensor network.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/852173 fatcat:vsew5cu2vjabrbcox6y566bfvu

Mobile-Cloud Assisted Video Summarization Framework for Efficient Management of Remote Sensing Data Generated by Wireless Capsule Sensors

Irfan Mehmood, Muhammad Sajjad, Sung Baik
2014 Sensors  
Wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE) has great advantages over traditional endoscopy because it is portable and easy to use, especially in remote monitoring health-services.  ...  In order to facilitate efficient WCE data collection and browsing task, we present a resource-and bandwidth-aware WCE video summarization framework that extracts the representative keyframes of the WCE  ...  These biosensors combined with wireless body area networks can remotely monitor patients at home or in the hospital. Tura et al.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s140917112 pmid:25225874 pmcid:PMC4208216 fatcat:rqvurdirbjew5o2pwtlpsmgn3i

Ubiquitous Emergency Medical Service System Based on Wireless Biosensors, Traffic Information, and Wireless Communication Technologies: Development and Evaluation

Tan-Hsu Tan, Munkhjargal Gochoo, Yung-Fu Chen, Jin-Jia Hu, John Chiang, Ching-Su Chang, Ming-Huei Lee, Yung-Nian Hsu, Jiin-Chyr Hsu
2017 Sensors  
In the proposed system, patient's biosignals and real-time video, acquired by wireless biosensors and a webcam, can be simultaneously transmitted to an emergency room for pre-hospital treatment via WiMax  ...  /3.5 G networks.  ...  since the wireless network offers sufficient data rate (bandwidth).  ... 
doi:10.3390/s17010202 pmid:28117724 pmcid:PMC5298775 fatcat:vkoixh6dvzh5zjlaprv3kdmucu

A Wristwatch-Based Wireless Sensor Platform for IoT Health Monitoring Applications

Sanjeev Kumar, John L. Buckley, John Barton, Melusine Pigeon, Robert Newberry, Matthew Rodencal, Adhurim Hajzeraj, Tim Hannon, Ken Rogers, Declan Casey, Donal O'Sullivan, Brendan O'Flynn
2020 Sensors  
The paper describes the platform in detail, with a particular focus given to the design of a novel and compact wireless sub-system for 868 MHz wristwatch applications.  ...  A comparison of the wireless performance in the 868 MHz and the 2.45 GHz bands is performed. Another contribution of this work is the development of a highly integrated 868 MHz antenna.  ...  Wireless Network Protocol In this work, the MiWi network protocol in the Sub-GHz band radio is implemented.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20061675 pmid:32192204 pmcid:PMC7147171 fatcat:3djpkbiqhjfbpjxf4y5kxmtb6q

DISG: Decentralized Inter-user Interference Suppression in Body Sensor Networks with Non-cooperative Game

Guowei Wu, Jiankang Ren, Feng Xia, Lin Yao, Zichuan Xu
2010 2010 7th International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence & Computing and 7th International Conference on Autonomic & Trusted Computing  
The correctness and effectiveness of DISG is theoretically proved, and the experimental results show that DISG can reduce the effect of inter-user interference effectively.  ...  By utilizing non-cooperative game theory and no regret learning algorithm, DISG provides an adaptive inter-user interference suppression strategy.  ...  In general, the biosensors are wireless wearable or implanted vital sign sensors. It consists of a processor, memory, transceiver, sensor and a power unit.  ... 
doi:10.1109/uic-atc.2010.6 dblp:conf/uic/WuRXYX10 fatcat:yxmlwifjl5f4tp6iinqmez7u7q

A Secure Transmission Protocol for Wireless Body Sensor Networks

Guangxia Xu, Shuangyan Liu, Yanbing Liu
2014 Journal of Software  
A wireless body sensor network (WBSN) is a typically wearable wireless network deployed on a user' body, which consists of biosensors and a local personal wireless hub, which we commonly call wireless  ...  Therefore it is crucial to admit only legitimate biosensors and WBSNC into the network in a WBSN.  ...  This work was supported in part by a grant from National Natural Science Foundation(No.61309032), Chongqing Innovative Team Fund for College Development Project (No.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.9.8.2043-2049 fatcat:rj3pkwatjvh5lc6ftbtdozyq64

Quality of Service Provisioning in Biosensor Networks

Yahya Osais, Muhammad Butt
2016 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Biosensor networks are wireless networks consisting of tiny biological sensors (biosensors, for short) that can be implanted inside the body of human and animal subjects.  ...  Since biosensor networks employ wireless transmission, heat is generated in the tissues surrounding the implanted biosensors. Human and animal tissues are very sensitive to temperature increase.  ...  Biosensor networks have the same technical challenges introduced by traditional wireless sensor networks. In addition, they introduce new challenges that are unique to them.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2016.070774 fatcat:xfq7leqaqvhe5g7rop2x6bj2fm
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