In vivo wireless channel modeling

A. Fatih Demir, Z. Esat Ankarali, Yang Liu, Qammer H. Abbasi, Khalid Qaraqe, Erchin Serpedin, Huseyin Arslan, Richard D. Gitlin

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Abstract

In this chapter, the state of the art of in vivo wireless channel characterization has been presented. Various studies described in the literature are dedicated to the in vivo communication channel, and they consider different parameters in studying various anatomical regions. Furthermore, the location-dependent characteristics of in vivo wireless communication at 915 MHz are analyzed in detail via numerical and experimental investigations. A complete model for the in vivo channel is not available and remains an open research problem. However, considering the expected future growth of implanted technologies and their potential use for the detection and diagnosis of various health-related issues in the human body, the channel modeling studies should be further extended to develop better and more efficient communications systems for future in vivo systems.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherInstitution of Engineering and Technology
Number of pages25
ISBN (Electronic)9781849199902
ISBN (Print)9781849199896
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2016

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Keywords

  • Anatomical regions
  • Health-related issues
  • Implanted technologies
  • Open research problem
  • Radio networks
  • Vivo communication channel
  • Vivo wireless channel characterization
  • Vivo wireless channel modeling
  • Wireless channels

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  • Engineering(all)

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Demir, A. F., Ankarali, Z. E., Liu, Y., Abbasi, Q. H., Qaraqe, K., Serpedin, E., ... Gitlin, R. D. (2016). In vivo wireless channel modeling. Institution of Engineering and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1049/PBTE065E_ch7

In vivo wireless channel modeling. / Demir, A. Fatih; Ankarali, Z. Esat; Liu, Yang; Abbasi, Qammer H.; Qaraqe, Khalid; Serpedin, Erchin; Arslan, Huseyin; Gitlin, Richard D.

Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2016. 25 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Demir, AF, Ankarali, ZE, Liu, Y, Abbasi, QH, Qaraqe, K, Serpedin, E, Arslan, H & Gitlin, RD 2016, In vivo wireless channel modeling. Institution of Engineering and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1049/PBTE065E_ch7
Demir AF, Ankarali ZE, Liu Y, Abbasi QH, Qaraqe K, Serpedin E et al. In vivo wireless channel modeling. Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2016. 25 p. https://doi.org/10.1049/PBTE065E_ch7
Demir, A. Fatih ; Ankarali, Z. Esat ; Liu, Yang ; Abbasi, Qammer H. ; Qaraqe, Khalid ; Serpedin, Erchin ; Arslan, Huseyin ; Gitlin, Richard D. / In vivo wireless channel modeling. Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2016. 25 p.
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