Jinendar Lalwani Ashok Kumar

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Ultra wideband (UWB) radio technology has been shown to have tremendous potential to support certain Brain Computer Interface (BCI) applications. To implant UWB transmitters inside a human brain to transmit ECoG signals from the neurons in the brain (collected by bio-implantable electrodes) to stimulators residing on the spinal cord or on muscles at(More)
Some of the major challenges while developing a Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) related to BCI (Brain Computer Interface) applications is to increase the network lifetime and minimize the power consumption. An energy efficient and transmission reliable Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol can be used to address the above problems by modifying certain(More)
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