Recent Study on Wireless Body-Area Monitoring Network for Outdoor Environment
Outdoor Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs) with wireless sensors that operate near or in the human body face a major challenge in terms of energy efficiency. WBAN had a serious problem with energy consumption. As a result, the ZigBee S1 pro-type was employed as the transmit and receiver model in an outdoor simulation. The analysis was carried out based on the channel propagation characteristics of the ZigBee network with many sensing nodes that were utilized in simulation, and the design can calculate channel characteristics such as received power, path loss, and so on. path gain, path loss-free space Based on the values acquired, the simulation allows you to determine the optimum approach to reduce energy use. There are two ways to send data from patient nodes to the hospital utilizing a multi-point route in simulation. By employing the proposed technology, the power of the transmitter may be greatly lowered and the energy required to communicate data can be substantially lowered.
Author (s) Details
Ahmed Mohammed Q. Al-Asadi
Department of Computer Engineering Techniques, Electrical Engineering Technical College, Baghdad, Iraq
Ahmed Ghanim Wadday
Engineering Technical College/Najaf Al-Furat Al Awsat Technical University, Najaf, Iraq.
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