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The advanced developments in sensors and wireless communications devices have enabled the design of miniature, cost-effective, and smart physiological sensor nodes. One of the approaches in developing wearable health monitoring systems is the emerging of wireless body area network (WBAN). IEEE 802.15.4 provides low power, low data rate wireless standard in(More)
Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is a multi-carrier modulation (MCM) scheme where the sub carriers are orthogonal waves. The main advantages of OFDM are robustness against multi-path fading, frequency selective fading, narrowband interference, and efficient use of spectrum. Recently it is proved that MCM system optimization can be achieved(More)
Cognitive radio wireless networks are an emerging communication paradigm to effectively address spectrum scarcity challenge. Spectrum sensing plays a paramount role in cognitive radio, which is widely agreed to be the most promising method for alleviating the symptom of RF spectral scarcity. Dynamic access of unused spectrum via a cognitive radio asks for(More)
In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), sensors gather information about the physical world and base station makes appropriate decision upon the environment. This technology enables users to effectively sense and monitor from a distance. WSN are slated to become very popular in the near future. It allows video/audio streaming to be transferred between sensor(More)
The emergence of the Internet of Things and the proliferation of mobile wireless devices has brought the area of mobile cognitive radio sensor networks (MCRSN) to the research spot light. Notwithstanding the potentials of CRSNs in terms of opportunistic channel usage for bursty traffic, the effect of the mobility of resource-constrained nodes to route(More)
Presently, the field of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is an important and challenging research area. Advancements in sensor networks enable a wide range of environmental monitoring and object tracking applications. Moreover, multihop routing in WSN is affected by new nodes constantly entering or leaving the network. Therefore, nature based self-optimized(More)
Wireless sensor network (WSN) deploys tiny wireless sensor nodes to communicate with each other with limited processing speed, power and security measures. A recent WSN routing protocol defined as Secure Real-Time Load Distribution (SRTLD) has been developed to provide realtime transfer, high delivery ratio, and longer sensor node lifetime. SRTLD has been(More)
Nowadays, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are becoming increasingly beneficial, worthwhile and a challenging research area. The advancements in WSN enable a wide range of environmental monitoring and object tracking applications. Moreover, multihop (node by node) routing in WSN is affected by new devices constantly entering or leaving the network.(More)