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2011 IEEE 13th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services
Public m-health service will enable care-givers to continuously monitor patients' vital signals wherever they are, using Body Area Networks (BANs). To make this service available to a large number of people everywhere, public m-health service should be implemented in a license-free frequency band. However, the coexistence problem inherent in such a medium that may be shared by many co-located systems may cause disruption of BAN transmissions. This paper addresses the above problem by proposingdoi:10.1109/health.2011.6026771 fatcat:wjyuycxkebejbommp5u2b3ue6u