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Body-centric wireless communications (BCWCs) have become an active area of research owing to many applications, such as healthcare systems, identification systems, and entertainment. In this paper, a dual-mode antenna for body-centric wireless communications is studied. In on-body mode, the antenna is similar to a pair of metal electrodes operating at 10 MHz, and in off-body mode, with an L-shaped slit embedded, the antenna can cover the industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) band (2.45doi:10.18494/sam.2014.1031 fatcat:jvdfpxpyf5hvbpl2ad35y2njfm