In-to-Out Body Antenna-Independent Path Loss Model for Multilayered Tissues and Heterogeneous Medium

@inproceedings{Kurup2014IntoOutBA,
  title={In-to-Out Body Antenna-Independent Path Loss Model for Multilayered Tissues and Heterogeneous Medium},
  author={Divya Kurup and G{\"u}nter Vermeeren and Emmeric Tanghe and Wout Joseph and Luc Martens},
  booktitle={Sensors},
  year={2014}
}
In this paper, we investigate multilayered lossy and heterogeneous media for wireless body area networks (WBAN) to develop a simple, fast and efficient analytical in-to-out body path loss (PL) model at 2.45 GHz and, thus, avoid time-consuming simulations. The PL model is an antenna-independent model and is validated with simulations in layered medium, as well as in a 3D human model using electromagnetic solvers. 

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