Corpus ID: 9872425

Wireless Body Area Network in a Ubiquitous Healthcare System for Physiological Signal Monitoring and Health Consulting

@inproceedings{Jung2008WirelessBA,
  title={Wireless Body Area Network in a Ubiquitous Healthcare System for Physiological Signal Monitoring and Health Consulting},
  author={Joon-Young Jung and Kiryong Ha and Jeonwoo Lee and Young Sung Kim and Dae-Young Kim},
  year={2008}
}
We developed a ubiquitous healthcare system consisted of a physiological signal devices, a mobile system, a device provider system, a healthcare service provider system, a physician system, and a healthcare personal system. In this system, wireless body area network (WBAN) such as ZigBee is used to communicate between physiological signal devices and the mobile system. WBAN device needs a specific function for ubiquitous healthcare application. We propose a scanning algorithm, dynamic discovery… Expand
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