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Zebra Healthcare Battery - Handheld-Batterie - ...
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Kurzinfo: Zebra Healthcare Battery - Handheld-Batterie - 1 x Lithium-Ionen 3600 mAh - für Zebra MC55A0-HC, MC55N0 Gruppe USV & Stromversorgungsgeräte Hersteller Zebra Solutions Hersteller Art. Nr. BTRY-MC55EAB02-H EAN/UPC 4054318007851 Produktbeschreibung: Zebra Healthcare Battery - Handheld-Batterie - Li-Ion - 3600 mAh Gerätetyp Handheld-Batterie Batterie Lithium-Ionen 3600 mAh Anz. Batterien 1 Entwickelt für Zebra MC55A0-HC, MC55N0 Ausführliche Details Allgemein Gerätetyp Handheld-Batterie Farbe Healthcare White Batterie Menge 1 Technologie Lithium-Ionen Bereitgestellte Spannung 3.7 V Kapazität 3600 mAh Informationen zur Kompatibilität Entwickelt für Zebra MC55A0-HC, MC55N0

Anbieter: JACOB Computer
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Zebra Healthcare Battery - Handheld-Batterie - ...
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Kurzinfo: Zebra Healthcare Battery - Handheld-Batterie - 1 x Lithium-Ionen 3600 mAh - für Zebra MC55A0-HC, MC55N0 Gruppe USV & Stromversorgungsgeräte Hersteller Zebra Solutions Hersteller Art. Nr. BTRY-MC55EAB02-H EAN/UPC 4054318007851 Produktbeschreibung: Zebra Healthcare Battery - Handheld-Batterie - Li-Ion - 3600 mAh Gerätetyp Handheld-Batterie Batterie Lithium-Ionen 3600 mAh Anz. Batterien 1 Entwickelt für Zebra MC55A0-HC, MC55N0 Ausführliche Details Allgemein Gerätetyp Handheld-Batterie Farbe Healthcare White Batterie Menge 1 Technologie Lithium-Ionen Bereitgestellte Spannung 3.7 V Kapazität 3600 mAh Informationen zur Kompatibilität Entwickelt für Zebra MC55A0-HC, MC55N0

Anbieter: JACOB Computer
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Zebra 3-Slot Battery Charger Connected via Y Ca...
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"Zebra 3-Slot Battery Charger Connected via Y Cable - Batterieladegerät - Ausgangsanschlüsse: 3 - Großbritannien und Nordirland (Packung mit 2) - für QLn 220, 220 Healthcare, 320, 420; ZQ500 Series ZQ510, ZQ520; ZQ600 Series ZQ610, ZQ620"

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Stand: 25.01.2021
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Bluetooth Low Energy (eBook, PDF)
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The First Complete Guide to Bluetooth Low Energy: How It Works, What It Can Do, and How to Apply It A radical departure from conventional Bluetooth technology, Bluetooth low energy (BLE) enables breakthrough wireless applications in industries ranging from healthcare to transportation. Running on a coin-sized battery, BLE can operate reliably for years, connecting and extending everything from personal area network devices to next-generation sensors. Now, one of the standard's leading developers has written the first comprehensive, accessible introduction to BLE for every system developer, designer, and engineer. Robin Heydon, a member of the Bluetooth SIG Hall of Fame, has brought together essential information previously scattered through multiple standards documents, sharing the context and expert insights needed to implement high-performance working systems. He first reviews BLE's design goals, explaining how they drove key architectural decisions, and introduces BLE's innovative usage models. Next, he thoroughly covers how the two main parts of BLE, the controller and host, work together, and then addresses key issues from security and profiles through testing and qualification. This knowledge has enabled the creation of Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart Ready devices. This guide is an indispensable companion to the official BLE standards documents and is for every technical professional and decision-maker considering BLE, planning BLE products, or transforming plans into working systems. Topics Include BLE device types, design goals, terminology, and core concepts Architecture: controller, host, applications, and stack splits Usage models: presence detection, data broadcasting, connectionless models, and gateways Physical Layer: modulation, frequency band, radio channels, power, tolerance, and range Direct Test Mode: transceiver testing, hardware interfaces, and HCI Link Layer: state machine, packets, channels, broadcasting, encryption, and optimization HCI: physical/logical interfaces, controller setup, and connection management L2CAP: channels and packet structure, and LE signaling channels Attributes: grouping, services, characteristics, and protocols Security: pairing, bonding, and data signing Generic Access Profiles: roles, modes, procedures, security modes, data advertising, and services Applications, devices, services, profiles, and peripherals Testing/qualification: starting projects, selecting features, planning, testing, compliance, and more

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Bluetooth Low Energy (eBook, PDF)
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The First Complete Guide to Bluetooth Low Energy: How It Works, What It Can Do, and How to Apply It A radical departure from conventional Bluetooth technology, Bluetooth low energy (BLE) enables breakthrough wireless applications in industries ranging from healthcare to transportation. Running on a coin-sized battery, BLE can operate reliably for years, connecting and extending everything from personal area network devices to next-generation sensors. Now, one of the standard's leading developers has written the first comprehensive, accessible introduction to BLE for every system developer, designer, and engineer. Robin Heydon, a member of the Bluetooth SIG Hall of Fame, has brought together essential information previously scattered through multiple standards documents, sharing the context and expert insights needed to implement high-performance working systems. He first reviews BLE's design goals, explaining how they drove key architectural decisions, and introduces BLE's innovative usage models. Next, he thoroughly covers how the two main parts of BLE, the controller and host, work together, and then addresses key issues from security and profiles through testing and qualification. This knowledge has enabled the creation of Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart Ready devices. This guide is an indispensable companion to the official BLE standards documents and is for every technical professional and decision-maker considering BLE, planning BLE products, or transforming plans into working systems. Topics Include BLE device types, design goals, terminology, and core concepts Architecture: controller, host, applications, and stack splits Usage models: presence detection, data broadcasting, connectionless models, and gateways Physical Layer: modulation, frequency band, radio channels, power, tolerance, and range Direct Test Mode: transceiver testing, hardware interfaces, and HCI Link Layer: state machine, packets, channels, broadcasting, encryption, and optimization HCI: physical/logical interfaces, controller setup, and connection management L2CAP: channels and packet structure, and LE signaling channels Attributes: grouping, services, characteristics, and protocols Security: pairing, bonding, and data signing Generic Access Profiles: roles, modes, procedures, security modes, data advertising, and services Applications, devices, services, profiles, and peripherals Testing/qualification: starting projects, selecting features, planning, testing, compliance, and more

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Bluetooth Low Energy
53,99 € *
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A radical new departure from Product Description The First Complete Guide to Bluetooth Low Energy: How It Works, What It Can Do, and How to Apply It A radical departure from conventional Bluetooth technology, Bluetooth low energy (BLE) enables breakthrough wireless applications in industries ranging from healthcare to transportation. Running on a coin-sized battery, BLE can operate reliably for years, connecting and extending everything from personal area network devices to next-generation sensors. Now, one of the standard’s leading developers has written the first comprehensive, accessible introduction to BLE for every system developer, designer, and engineer. Robin Heydon, a member of the Bluetooth SIG Hall of Fame, has brought together essential information previously scattered through multiple standards documents, sharing the context and expert insights needed to implement high-performance working systems. He first reviews BLE’s design goals, explaining how they drove key architectural decisions, and introduces BLE’s innovative usage models. Next, he thoroughly covers how the two main parts of BLE, the controller and host, work together, and then addresses key issues from security and profiles through testing and qualification. This knowledge has enabled the creation of Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart Ready devices. This guide is an indispensable companion to the official BLE standards documents and is for every technical professional and decision-maker considering BLE, planning BLE products, or transforming plans into working systems. Topics Include BLE device types, design goals, terminology, and core concepts Architecture: controller, host, applications, and stack splits Usage models: presence detection, data broadcasting, connectionless models, and gateways Physical Layer: modulation, frequency band, radio channels, power, tolerance, and range Direct Test Mode: transceiver testing, hardware interfaces, and HCI Link Layer: state machine, packets, channels, broadcasting, encryption, and optimization HCI: physical/logical interfaces, controller setup, and connection management L2CAP: channels and packet structure, and LE signaling channels Attributes: grouping, services, characteristics, and protocols Security: pairing, bonding, and data signing Generic Access Profiles: roles, modes, procedures, security modes, data advertising, and services Applications, devices, services, profiles, and peripherals Testing/qualification: starting projects, selecting features, planning, testing, compliance, and more Features + Benefits Real-world insight from the leader of the BLE standards group: places the standard in context, and shows how to apply it in areas from healthcare to transportation Helps implementers and decision-makers evaluate BLE and prepare to use it Thoroughly covers concepts, architecture, usage models, controllers, hosts, and more Includes a full chapter on BLE security Preface xvii Acknowledgments xix About the Author xxi Part I: Overview 1 Chapter 1: What Is Bluetooth Low Energy? 3 1.1 Device Types 6 1.2 Design Goals 7 1.3 Terminology 9 Chapter 2: Basic Concepts 11 2.1 Button-Cell Batteries 11 2.2 Time Is Energy 12 2.3 Memory Is Expensive 13 2.4 Asymmetric Design 14 2.5 Design For Success 15 2.6 Everything Has State 16 2.7 Client-Server Architecture 17 2.8 Modular Architecture 18 2.9 One Billion Is a Small Number 19 2.10 Connectionless Model 19 2.11 Paradigms 20 Chapter 3: Architecture 27 3.1 Controller 27 3.2 The Host 32 3.3 The Application Layer 36 3.4 Stack Splits 38 Chapter 4: New Usage Models 41 4.1 Presence Detection 41 4.2 Broadcasting Data 42 4.3 Connectionless Model 43 4.4 Gateways 44 Part II: Controller 47 Chapter 5: The Physical Layer 49 5.1 Background 49 5.2 Analog Modulation 49 5.3 Digital Modulation 51 5.4 Frequency Band 54 5.5 Modulation 54 5.6 Radio Channels 55 5.7 Transmit Power 56 5.8 Tolerance 57 5.9 Receiver Sensitivity 57 5.10 Range 58 Chapter 6: Direct Test Mode 61 6.1 Background 61 6.2 Transceiver Testing 62 6.3 Hardware Interface 65 6.4 Direct Testing by Using HCI 67 Chapter 7: The Link Layer 69 7.1 The Link Layer State Machine 69 7.2 Packets 76 7.3 Packet Structure 79 7.4 Channels 84 7.5 Finding Devices 90 7.6 Broadcasting 92 7.7 Creating Connections 93 7.8 Sending Data 98 7.9 Encryption 104 7.10 Managing Connections 109 7.11 Robustness 120 7.12 Optimizations for Low Power 123 Chapter 8: The Host/Controller Interface 131 8.1 Introduction 131 8.2 Physical Interfaces 131 8.3 Logical Interface 135 8.4 Controller Setup 140 8.5 Broadcasting and Observing 148 8.6 Initiating Connections 153 8.7 Connection Management 158 Part III: Host 167 Chapter 9: Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol 169 9.1 Background 169 9.2 L2CAP Channels 171 9.3 The L2CAP Packet Structure 172 9.4 The LE Signaling Channel 173 Chapter 10: Attributes 179 10.1 Background 179 10.2 Attributes 189 10.3 Grouping 199 10.4 Services 199 10.5 Characteristics 210 10.6 The Attribute Protocol 217 10.7 The Generic Attribute Profile 231 Chapter 11: Security 241 11.1 Security Concepts 241 11.2 Pairing and Bonding 248 11.3 Signing of Data 252 Chapter 12: The Generic Access Profile 255 12.1 Background 255 12.2 GAP Roles 261 12.3 Modes and Procedures 262 12.4 Security Modes 270 12.5 Advertising Data 273 12.6 GAP Service 276 Part IV: Application 281 Chapter 13: Central 283 13.1 Background 283 13.2 Discovering Devices 283 13.3 Connecting to Devices 285 13.4 What Does This Device Do? 286 13.5 Generic Clients 287 13.6 Interacting with Services 288 13.7 Bonding 292 13.8 Changed Services 293 13.9 Implementing Profiles 294 Chapter 14: Peripherals 299 14.1 Background 299 14.2 Broadcast Only 299 14.3 Being Discoverable 300 14.4 Being Connectable 301 14.5 Exposing Services 301 14.6 Characteristics 302 14.7 Security Matters 303 14.8 Optimizing for Low Power 303 14.9 Optimizing Attributes 311 Chapter 15: Testing and Qualification 313 15.1 Starting a Project 313 15.2 Selecting Features 316 15.3 Consistency Check 316 15.4 Generating a Test Plan 317 15.5 Creating a Compliance Folder 317 15.6 Qualification Testing 318 15.7 Qualify Your Design 319 15.8 Declaring Compliance 320 15.9 Listing 321 15.10 Combining Components 321 Index 323A radical new departure from conventional Bluetooth technology, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) will enable a whole new generation of wireless applications in industries ranging from healthcare to transportation. Running on a single coin-sized battery, BLE can run for years, connecting and extending everything from Personal Area Network devices to next-generation sensors. In Bluetooth Low Energy , one of the standard's developers has written the first comprehensive, accessible introduction to BLE for every system developer, designer, and engineer. Robin Heydon, a member of the Bluetooth Hall of Fame brings together information currently scattered through multiple standards documents, offering the context and leading-edge implementation insights needed to build high-performance working systems with BLE. Heydon begins by reviewing BLE's design goals, explaining how they drove key architectural decisions, and introducing BLE's innovative usage models. Next, he thoroughly covers the Controller side of the standard, offering detailed information on physical and link layers, direct test mode, and the host controller interface. Finally, he turns to BLE hosts, explaining L2CAP, attributes, BLE security, and the Generic Access Profile. This book will be an indispensable companion to the official BLE standards documents for every technical professional and decision-maker who is considering BLE, planning BLE products, or transforming plans into working systems.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Bluetooth Low Energy
53,99 € *
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A radical new departure from Product Description The First Complete Guide to Bluetooth Low Energy: How It Works, What It Can Do, and How to Apply It A radical departure from conventional Bluetooth technology, Bluetooth low energy (BLE) enables breakthrough wireless applications in industries ranging from healthcare to transportation. Running on a coin-sized battery, BLE can operate reliably for years, connecting and extending everything from personal area network devices to next-generation sensors. Now, one of the standard’s leading developers has written the first comprehensive, accessible introduction to BLE for every system developer, designer, and engineer. Robin Heydon, a member of the Bluetooth SIG Hall of Fame, has brought together essential information previously scattered through multiple standards documents, sharing the context and expert insights needed to implement high-performance working systems. He first reviews BLE’s design goals, explaining how they drove key architectural decisions, and introduces BLE’s innovative usage models. Next, he thoroughly covers how the two main parts of BLE, the controller and host, work together, and then addresses key issues from security and profiles through testing and qualification. This knowledge has enabled the creation of Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart Ready devices. This guide is an indispensable companion to the official BLE standards documents and is for every technical professional and decision-maker considering BLE, planning BLE products, or transforming plans into working systems. Topics Include BLE device types, design goals, terminology, and core concepts Architecture: controller, host, applications, and stack splits Usage models: presence detection, data broadcasting, connectionless models, and gateways Physical Layer: modulation, frequency band, radio channels, power, tolerance, and range Direct Test Mode: transceiver testing, hardware interfaces, and HCI Link Layer: state machine, packets, channels, broadcasting, encryption, and optimization HCI: physical/logical interfaces, controller setup, and connection management L2CAP: channels and packet structure, and LE signaling channels Attributes: grouping, services, characteristics, and protocols Security: pairing, bonding, and data signing Generic Access Profiles: roles, modes, procedures, security modes, data advertising, and services Applications, devices, services, profiles, and peripherals Testing/qualification: starting projects, selecting features, planning, testing, compliance, and more Features + Benefits Real-world insight from the leader of the BLE standards group: places the standard in context, and shows how to apply it in areas from healthcare to transportation Helps implementers and decision-makers evaluate BLE and prepare to use it Thoroughly covers concepts, architecture, usage models, controllers, hosts, and more Includes a full chapter on BLE security Preface xvii Acknowledgments xix About the Author xxi Part I: Overview 1 Chapter 1: What Is Bluetooth Low Energy? 3 1.1 Device Types 6 1.2 Design Goals 7 1.3 Terminology 9 Chapter 2: Basic Concepts 11 2.1 Button-Cell Batteries 11 2.2 Time Is Energy 12 2.3 Memory Is Expensive 13 2.4 Asymmetric Design 14 2.5 Design For Success 15 2.6 Everything Has State 16 2.7 Client-Server Architecture 17 2.8 Modular Architecture 18 2.9 One Billion Is a Small Number 19 2.10 Connectionless Model 19 2.11 Paradigms 20 Chapter 3: Architecture 27 3.1 Controller 27 3.2 The Host 32 3.3 The Application Layer 36 3.4 Stack Splits 38 Chapter 4: New Usage Models 41 4.1 Presence Detection 41 4.2 Broadcasting Data 42 4.3 Connectionless Model 43 4.4 Gateways 44 Part II: Controller 47 Chapter 5: The Physical Layer 49 5.1 Background 49 5.2 Analog Modulation 49 5.3 Digital Modulation 51 5.4 Frequency Band 54 5.5 Modulation 54 5.6 Radio Channels 55 5.7 Transmit Power 56 5.8 Tolerance 57 5.9 Receiver Sensitivity 57 5.10 Range 58 Chapter 6: Direct Test Mode 61 6.1 Background 61 6.2 Transceiver Testing 62 6.3 Hardware Interface 65 6.4 Direct Testing by Using HCI 67 Chapter 7: The Link Layer 69 7.1 The Link Layer State Machine 69 7.2 Packets 76 7.3 Packet Structure 79 7.4 Channels 84 7.5 Finding Devices 90 7.6 Broadcasting 92 7.7 Creating Connections 93 7.8 Sending Data 98 7.9 Encryption 104 7.10 Managing Connections 109 7.11 Robustness 120 7.12 Optimizations for Low Power 123 Chapter 8: The Host/Controller Interface 131 8.1 Introduction 131 8.2 Physical Interfaces 131 8.3 Logical Interface 135 8.4 Controller Setup 140 8.5 Broadcasting and Observing 148 8.6 Initiating Connections 153 8.7 Connection Management 158 Part III: Host 167 Chapter 9: Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol 169 9.1 Background 169 9.2 L2CAP Channels 171 9.3 The L2CAP Packet Structure 172 9.4 The LE Signaling Channel 173 Chapter 10: Attributes 179 10.1 Background 179 10.2 Attributes 189 10.3 Grouping 199 10.4 Services 199 10.5 Characteristics 210 10.6 The Attribute Protocol 217 10.7 The Generic Attribute Profile 231 Chapter 11: Security 241 11.1 Security Concepts 241 11.2 Pairing and Bonding 248 11.3 Signing of Data 252 Chapter 12: The Generic Access Profile 255 12.1 Background 255 12.2 GAP Roles 261 12.3 Modes and Procedures 262 12.4 Security Modes 270 12.5 Advertising Data 273 12.6 GAP Service 276 Part IV: Application 281 Chapter 13: Central 283 13.1 Background 283 13.2 Discovering Devices 283 13.3 Connecting to Devices 285 13.4 What Does This Device Do? 286 13.5 Generic Clients 287 13.6 Interacting with Services 288 13.7 Bonding 292 13.8 Changed Services 293 13.9 Implementing Profiles 294 Chapter 14: Peripherals 299 14.1 Background 299 14.2 Broadcast Only 299 14.3 Being Discoverable 300 14.4 Being Connectable 301 14.5 Exposing Services 301 14.6 Characteristics 302 14.7 Security Matters 303 14.8 Optimizing for Low Power 303 14.9 Optimizing Attributes 311 Chapter 15: Testing and Qualification 313 15.1 Starting a Project 313 15.2 Selecting Features 316 15.3 Consistency Check 316 15.4 Generating a Test Plan 317 15.5 Creating a Compliance Folder 317 15.6 Qualification Testing 318 15.7 Qualify Your Design 319 15.8 Declaring Compliance 320 15.9 Listing 321 15.10 Combining Components 321 Index 323A radical new departure from conventional Bluetooth technology, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) will enable a whole new generation of wireless applications in industries ranging from healthcare to transportation. Running on a single coin-sized battery, BLE can run for years, connecting and extending everything from Personal Area Network devices to next-generation sensors. In Bluetooth Low Energy , one of the standard's developers has written the first comprehensive, accessible introduction to BLE for every system developer, designer, and engineer. Robin Heydon, a member of the Bluetooth Hall of Fame brings together information currently scattered through multiple standards documents, offering the context and leading-edge implementation insights needed to build high-performance working systems with BLE. Heydon begins by reviewing BLE's design goals, explaining how they drove key architectural decisions, and introducing BLE's innovative usage models. Next, he thoroughly covers the Controller side of the standard, offering detailed information on physical and link layers, direct test mode, and the host controller interface. Finally, he turns to BLE hosts, explaining L2CAP, attributes, BLE security, and the Generic Access Profile. This book will be an indispensable companion to the official BLE standards documents for every technical professional and decision-maker who is considering BLE, planning BLE products, or transforming plans into working systems.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Enhancement and Appraisal of Internet of Things...
41,90 € *
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a ground-breaking model that abstracts a pervasive presence of a variety of objects with unique identification and communications capability such as Radio-Frequency IDentification (RFID) tags, sensors, actuators, and mobile phones around us at home, in workplace, or anywhere we go. Healthcare networks involving wireless sensors for measuring and transmitting physiological parameters form an important use case under the IoT banner. This work tries to address three open research areas involving such IoT Wireless Body Area Healthcare Networks (WBAHNs). The first issue addressed involves improvement of lifetime of WBAHNs, given the small sizes of body sensor nodes and the limited battery power that they run on. The next research question taken up involves examination of the behavior of a WBAHN in the presence of other WBAHNs around it and checking up the issues faced by WBAHNs with respect to interference, data routing and QoS. Feasibility of cooperative functioning of WBAHNs has also been probed. The third problem addressed tries to check the practicality of wireless control in WBAHNs.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Revolutionizing Health Monitoring
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Comprehensive monitoring of patients via wireless and mobile technologies has been proposed for early detection of anomalies, provision of prompt medical attention, and corresponding reduction in healthcare expenses. However, the sole dependence on infrastructure oriented networks is not adequate to providing reliable support for health monitoring. This book investigates the potential of leveraging mobile ad hoc network (MANET) for providing reliable network support without time and geographical dependencies. A concpetual model and four protocols for managing battery power of the monitoring devices are analytically modeled and evaluated under diverse scenarios with the goal to maximizing reliability and minimizing power consumption in signal transmission via MANET. The results prove the utility of MANET in providing reliable network support in the context of health monitoring. The assessment provided in the book should be particularly useful to professionals in Wireless Networks, IT, Healthcare, or anyone else who may be interested in innovations that hold the potential of revolutionizing the healthcare landscape in the 21st century.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.01.2021
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