Past Results, Present Trends, and Future Challenges in Intrabody Communication

@article{NaranjoHernndez2018PastRP,
  title={Past Results, Present Trends, and Future Challenges in Intrabody Communication},
  author={David Naranjo-Hern{\'a}ndez and Amparo Callej{\'o}n-Leblic and Zeljka Lucev and MirHojjat Seyedi and Yueming Gao},
  journal={Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing},
  year={2018},
  volume={2018}
}
Intrabody communication (IBC) is a wireless communication technology using the human body to develop body area networks (BANs) for remote and ubiquitous monitoring. IBC uses living tissues as a transmission medium, achieving power-saving and miniaturized transceivers, making communications more robust against external interference and attacks on the privacy of transmitted data. Due to these advantages, IBC has been included as a third physical layer in the IEEE 802.15.6 standard for wireless… CONTINUE READING

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