High efficiency and increased lifetime in body area network using resource allocation

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The body area network is a main source for wireless communication in the field of medical electronics. It uses various resources such as channel, frequency, bandwidth etc. To make the communication faster and easier. Hence the data losses and delay are the main issues in the BAN, to address these issues many protocol and algorithm are proposed the issues are not completely addressed yet. Implementing line equation and frequency splitting algorithm and this algorithm is used to calculating distance between the nodes. BAN allows to utilize unused spectrum so we have to check that channel using channel estimation techniques. After channel estimation we can measured frequency range and bandwidth of that channel. In this system we are implemented best frequency generator or clock generator for generate various frequency based on the nodes distances. In our system we use the optimal methodology to address these problem, we obtain the maximum efficiency through our proposed system. source and destination first then the channel, bandwidth and frequency will be allocated as per the distance. If the distance increases the resources also increased and vice versa. So that far nodes will communicate with higher resources leads to minimized data loss and delay. Our system is simulated in network simulator 2 and obtain a result od 4~5 of increase in efficiency. We show our result in graphical representation.




Agitha, W., & Kaliyamurthie, K. P. (2019). High efficiency and increased lifetime in body area network using resource allocation. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(1), 1586–1590.

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