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Bluetooth 2.1 based Emergency Data Delivery System in HealthNet

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Bluetooth 2.1 based Emergency Data Delivery System in HealthNet
Abstract—The interests in health care have considerably increased these days as the aging population becomes larger. Health care has grown to the one of most active research areas especially in the area of wireless, mobile health monitoring systems. The wireless network technologies have advanced to the point where they can enable and help deploy a very broad gamut of systems suitable for medical applications. Several researches have proposed to replace the wired connections among medical devices with wireless connections. Wireless network technologies interwork with sensor equipped Body LANs. Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) are well positioned to support Health Care applications in limited geographic areas. In particular, the characteristics of Bluetooth and its popularity make it the preferred network infrastructure for HealthNet environments. However, Bluetooth has the “bad reputation” of long connection delays, which may be disastrous in some health applications. In t...
Seung-Hoon Lee, Sewook Jung, Alexander Chang, Dae-
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where WCNC
Authors Seung-Hoon Lee, Sewook Jung, Alexander Chang, Dae-Ki Cho, Mario Gerla
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