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Title: Using Wearable Sensors for Remote Healthcare Monitoring System
Authors: Abidoye, Ademola P.
Azeez, Nureni A.
Adesina, Ademola Olusola
Agbele, Kehinde K.
Nyongesa, Henry O.
Keywords: Wireless Sensor Networks
Wireless Body Area Networks
ZigBee/IEEE 802.15.4
PDA
3G
Medical Server
Issue Date: Jun-2011
Publisher: Journal of Sensor Technology
Abstract: Recent technological advances in wireless communications and wireless sensor networks have enabled the design of low-cost, intelligent, tiny, and lightweight medical sensor nodes that can be strategically placed on human body, create a wireless body area network (WBAN) to monitor various physiological vital signs for a long period of time and providing real-time feedback to the user and medical staff. WBANs promise to revolutionize health monitoring. In this paper, medical sensors were used to collect physiological data from patients and transmit it to Intelligent Personal digital Assistant (IPDA) using ZigBee/IEEE802.15.4 standard and to medical server using 3G communications. We introduced priority scheduling and data compression into the system to increase transmission rate of physiological critical signals which improve the bandwidth utilization. It also extends the life time of hand-held personal server by reducing power consumption during transmission.
URI: 10.4236/jst.2011.12004
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