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Introduction

Introduction

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Body-centric wireless networks (BCWNs) have recently gained substantial recognition and interest in both academic and industrial communities due to its direct and beneficial impact both economically and socially in various application domains. Such networks refer to a number of nodes/units scattered across the human body and the surrounding areas to provide communication on the body surface, to access points and wireless devices in the near vicinity and also to provide hieratical networking structure from implants to the main communication hub [1].

Chapter Contents:

  • 1.1 Frequency band allocation for body area communication
  • 1.2 Book organization
  • References

Inspec keywords: body area networks

Other keywords: access points; BCWNs; body-centric wireless networks; wireless devices; hieratical networking structure; body surface

Subjects: Radio links and equipment; Biomedical communication

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