ANALYSIS OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN WIRELESS BODY AREA NETWORK USINGMAC PROTOCOLS (BASELINE AND SMAC)
A Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) is a short-range network that consists of a coordinator and a gathering of low-power sensors that can be embedded in, or attached to the human body. A WBAN can be used for a diversity of new uses which including online health control, home/health care, pharmacy, multimedia, and sports, among many more, all of which take advantage of the unrestricted mobility that WBANs can provide. In the medical industry, for example, a patient may be fitted with a WBAN of sensors that continuously track basic biological functions including temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, electrocardiogram (ECG), breathing, and so on. The patient does not have to lie in bed and can move around freely in the room or even leave the hospital for a short period of time. This increases the patient's feature of life while further lowering treatment costs. Furthermore, evidence gathered over a prolonged period of time and in the patient's natural habitat provides more useful knowledge, allowing for a more definitive and, in some cases, quicker diagnosis. Sensors connected to the human body are normally battery-powered devices with brief lifetimes. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.15.6 standard is the typical choice for low power ingestion and reliable short-range communication for Wireless Body Sensor Networks (WBSNs). The effects are demonstrated using the Omnet++ simulator and its Castalia extension for WBANs
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