• Corpus ID: 36474908

Cooperative Routing Protocols in Wireless Body Area Networks ( WBAN ) : A Survey

  title={Cooperative Routing Protocols in Wireless Body Area Networks ( WBAN ) : A Survey},
  author={Reza Jafari and Mehdi EffatParvar},
Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) is composed from the embedded sensors on the body that monitors the vital signs of the body are certain organs. Sensors collect data on the different parts of the body and send them to the sink. In the recent years, significant researches are done for reliable, secure and efficient communications of sensors to transfer collected data from sensors to the sink. Reducing of network lifetime is one of the most important criteria’s in WBANs and most of the presented… 

Figures and Tables from this paper

Energy Efficiency and Reliability Considerations in Wireless Body Area Networks: A Survey

A critical overview of “energy-efficient and reliable routing solutions” in the field of wireless body area networks (WBANs) is reviewed and a tabular representation of the reviewed solutions based on the most appropriate strategy and performance parameters for WBAN is identified.

International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)

Hadeel Mohammed Taher, Seddiq Qais Abd Al-Rahman, Shihab A. Shawkat Department of Quality Assurance and Academic Performance, University of Anbar, Ramadi, Iraq Department of Computer Networks

A Review of Routing Techniques for Different Applications in Wireless Sensor Network

  • Preetkamal SinghJ. Kaur
  • Computer Science
    2022 2nd International Conference on Technological Advancements in Computational Sciences (ICTACS)
  • 2022
This is the first-ever review that considers the routing method pertaining to the diversified application of WSN and focuses on the cluster-based routing methods due to their various advantages namely, scalability, energy-preservation, load balancing, etc.

Biometric Authentication and Verification for Medical Cyber Physical Systems

This paper seeks to analyze and evaluate the most prominent biometric authentication techniques based on accuracy, cost, and feasibility of implementation and suggests several authentication schemes which incorporate multiple biometric properties.



A Relay Based Routing Protocol for Wireless In-Body Sensor Networks

A relay based routing protocol for in vivo wireless body area sensor networks is presented and the proposed protocol is provided with linear programming based mathematical models for network lifetime maximization and end-to-end-delay minimization.

LAEEBA: Link Aware and Energy Efficient Scheme for Body Area Networks

LAEEBA protocol maximizes the network stability period and nodes stay alive for longer time, which contributes to sufficient decrease in the path-losses occurring in the links connecting sensors on a human body and hence transferring of data with much less losses.

Optimal design of energy-efficient and cost-effective wireless body area networks

  • J. Elias
  • Computer Science
    Ad Hoc Networks
  • 2014

SIMPLE: Stable Increased-Throughput Multi-hop Protocol for Link Efficiency in Wireless Body Area Networks

This work uses multi-hop topology to achieve minimum energy consumption and longer network lifetime and proposes a cost function to select parent node or forwarder which selects a parent node which has high residual energy and minimum distance to sink.

Distance Aware Relaying Energy-Efficient: DARE to Monitor Patients in Multi-hop Body Area Sensor Networks

A protocol named Distance Aware Relaying Energy efficient (DARE) to monitor patients in multi-hop Body Area Sensor Networks (BASNs) is proposed and simulation results show that, the proposed protocol achieves increased network lifetime and efficiently reduces the energy consumption, in relative to MATTEMPT protocol.

Collection tree protocol

This paper presents and evaluates two principles for wireless routing protocols. The first is datapath validation: data traffic quickly discovers and fixes routing inconsistencies. The second is

Body Area Networks: A Survey

This paper provides a detailed investigation of sensor devices, physical layer, data link layer, and radio technology aspects of BAN research, and presents a taxonomy of B Ban projects that have been introduced/proposed to date.