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Wireless body sensor networks for health-monitoring applications.
  • Y. Hao, R. Foster
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Physiological measurement
  • 1 November 2008
A comprehensive review of recent developments in wireless sensor technology for monitoring behaviour related to human physiological responses is provided and background information on the use of wireless technology and sensors to develop a wireless physiological measurement system is presented. Expand
Antennas and propagation for body centric wireless communications
On-body propagation modelling has been investigated applying various numerical computational techniques for narrowband communication channel characterisation and simulation and measurement results have been obtained at the UWB (ultra wide-band) band. Expand
Antennas and propagation for body centric communications
  • P. Hall, Y. Hao
  • Computer Science
  • First European Conference on Antennas and…
  • 1 October 2006
This paper will summarise some of the ongoing research into antennas and propagation for body centric communications systems, including the characterisation of the channel on the body, the optimisation of antennas for these channels, and communications to medical implants where advanced antenna design and characterisation and modelling of the internal body channel are important research needs. Expand
Subwavelength imaging at optical frequencies using a transmission device formed by a periodic layered metal-dielectric structure operating in the canalization regime
Imaging with subwavelength resolution using a periodic metal-dielectric layered structure is demonstrated. The structure operates in canalization regime as a transmission device and it does notExpand
Numerical Characterization and Link Budget Evaluation of Wireless Implants Considering Different Digital Human Phantoms
This paper presents a numerical investigation of the radiation characteristics of gastric, bladder, and cardiac implants based on the finite-differences time-domain method. Simulations were performedExpand
FDTD Modeling of Metamaterials: Theory and Applications
Introduction. Fundamentals and Applications of Metamaterials. A Brief Introduction to the FDTD Method for Modeling Metamaterials. FDTD Modeling of EBGs and their Applications. Left-HandedExpand
Internal Hexa-Band Folded Monopole/Dipole/Loop Antenna With Four Resonances for Mobile Device
A fold monopole/dipole/loop antenna offers unique advantages over a conventional Planar Inverted-F Antenna (PIFA) and monopole antenna for a mobile cellular device. Perhaps the most significantExpand
Antennas and Propagation for Body-Centric Wireless Communications at Millimeter-Wave Frequencies: A Review [Wireless Corner]
Body-centric wireless communications represent a well-established field of research, with many studies and applications developed in a range of frequencies that extend from 400 MHz up to 10 GHz.Expand
Modeling and Characterization of Biotelemetric Radio Channel From Ingested Implants Considering Organ Contents
  • A. Alomainy, Y. Hao
  • Materials Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
  • 7 April 2009
The paper introduces numerical and experimental investigations of biotelemetry radio channels and wave attenuation in human subjects with ingested wireless implants. The study covers commonly usedExpand
Discrete Coordinate Transformation for Designing All-Dielectric Flat Antennas
Transformation electromagnetics provides a practical approach to control electromagnetic fields at will. Based on this principle, novel devices such as the invisible cloak have been proposed. Here weExpand