Energy-efficient adaptive transmission power control for wireless body area networks

@article{Sodhro2016EnergyefficientAT,
  title={Energy-efficient adaptive transmission power control for wireless body area networks},
  author={Ali Hassan Sodhro and Ye Li and Madad Ali Shah},
  journal={IET Communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={10},
  pages={81-90}
}
An important constraint in wireless body area network (WBAN) is to maximise the energy-efficiency of wearable devices due to their limited size and light weight. Two experimental scenarios; ‘right wrist to right hip’ and ‘chest to right hip’ with body posture of walking are considered. It is analyzed through extensive real-time data sets that due to large temporal variations in the wireless channel, a constant transmission power and a typical conventional transmission power control (TPC… CONTINUE READING
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