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Digital Advances in Medicine, E-Health, and Communication Technologies
Wireless body area networks (WBAN) play a key role in the future of e-Health. In response, IEEE sets up working group 802.15.6 to standardize WBAN schemes. Of all existing standard proposals, the 2.4GHz proposal is the most mature and ready for mass production. However, as e-Health WBAN applications are often mission/life critical, people are concerned with the reliability (particularly, coexistence reliability) of this proposal. This study evaluates the 2.4GHz proposal under WiFi/Bluetoothdoi:10.4018/978-1-4666-2794-9.ch018 fatcat:ist3byuzlbenrkntyrpcrkp4j4