Path Loss Measurement and Channel Modeling with Muscular Tissue Characteristics

@inproceedings{Qin2017PathLM,
  title={Path Loss Measurement and Channel Modeling with Muscular Tissue Characteristics},
  author={Yu-Ping Qin and Shuang Zhang and Hai-yan Liu and Yi-he Liu and You-Zhi Li and Xue Peng and Xiu Jun Ma and Qi-Li Li and Xinqiong Huang},
  booktitle={The open biomedical engineering journal},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND The galvanic coupling intra-body communication has low radiation and strong anti-interference ability, so it has many advantages in the wireless communication. METHOD In order to analyze the effect of muscle tissue's characteristics upon the communication channel, we selected the muscle of pig buttock as the experimental sample, and used it to study the attenuation property with the galvanic coupling intra-body communication channel along the parallel direction and the transverse… CONTINUE READING

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