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In this communication, we empirically study and model the impact of co-channel interference and background noise (BN) on a body area network (BAN) operating at 2.48 GHz using the extremely generalized κ-μ fading model. The BAN measurements considered three nodes with the signal-of-interest (SoI) forming the link between two wearable devices located on the front-central-chest and front-centralwaist of an adult male, while an interfering signal emanated from a third wearable device that wasdoi:10.1109/tap.2016.2634521 fatcat:llarvvmemnc2rjnmnbsjdlhbyu