A Simulation-oriented Channel Modeling Methodology for Human on-body Channel Communication
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AbstractHuman body channel, a candidate of PHY layer adopted by the latest IEEE standards (IEEE 802.15.6), has been investigated for applications with on-body communication. The study covers frequencies range from 100Hz to 1GHz and channel lengths from 65mm to 1.6m. After analyzing the measurement results, a suitable frequency range for body area network from 10 kHz to 10MHz was found. Channel model and corresponding modeling methodology are presented. Compared with the traditional models, the presented methodology allows an accurate model to be systematically constructed for either a specific subject or a group of subjects with similar physical forms and characteristics. The accuracy of prediction was proved by experimental validations (prediction error around 0.1 dB in frequency range from 10kHz to 10MHz).
All Author(s) ListAi YQ, Tao WY, Choy CS
Name of Conference3rd International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology (EAIT)
Start Date of Conference30/11/2012
End Date of Conference01/12/2012
Place of ConferenceKolkata
Country/Region of ConferenceIndia
Detailed descriptioned. by Yan-qing Ai, Wen-yan Tao and Chiu-sing Choy.
Year2012
Month1
Day1
PublisherIEEE
Pages73 - 76
eISBN978-1-4673-1825-9
ISSN2165-0209
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordsbody area network; channel model
Web of Science Subject CategoriesComputer Science; Computer Science, Hardware & Architecture; Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications

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