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IP networks and multimedia real-time applications running on them have experienced an amazing development, but require plenty of network resources for a correct performance. The evaluation of quality of service in Internet accesses for multimedia applications (EQoSIM) system provides an easy way of measuring network performance. Its capacity estimation(More)
The analysis of new e-health services in mobile environments (m-Health services) where resources are usually limited and network conditions are continuously changing, require a specific technical evaluation in order to guarantee Quality of Service (QoS). This work quantifies QoS levels depending on available resources and proposes a methodology for(More)
This paper presents a novel implementation methodology of ISO/IEEE11073 standards for use in real monitoring platforms based on patterns paradigm. These monitoring platforms include several medical devices based on low voltage-low power microprocessors. As a proof of the concept, INTENSA project which aims to develop and evaluate a heart failure follow-up(More)
There is a need to develop open sensors and middleware components that allow transparent integration and plug-and-play interoperability of Medical Devices (MDs) and Computer Engines (CEs). The use of standards seems to be the internationally adopted way to solve these problems and allow implementing ubiquitous solutions, including wearable devices, focused(More)
Continuous technological innovations are bringing new opportunities to healthcare applications. Although these improvements apply to most of its different fields, outstanding results are being achieved in medical devices interoperability, oriented to ubiquitous solutions including wearable devices, focused to the new paradigm of Personal Health (p-Health).(More)
The storage and retrieval of digital ECGs in a standard-compliant way has been a key issue during the last decades. The SCP-ECG standard, one of the top efforts in this area, has been recently approved as part of the ISO/IEEE 11073 (x73) family of standards, a reference standard for medical device interoperability. For the Personal Health Device (PHD)(More)
This paper presents the new design of the G3RUH software modem. This is a two level PAM modem that works at range of bit rates from 9600bps to 38400bps and admits different rates at transmission and reception. The major improvement of this new version is the synchronism algorithm and the structure of the reception filter. It provides a better performance of(More)
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