Preliminary estimate for observability of 60 GHz wireless body area networks

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Preliminary estimate for observability of 60 GHz wireless body area networks. / Wu, X.Y.; Nechayev, Y.I.; Constantinou, C.C.; Hall, P.S.; Brizzi, A.; Pellegrini, A.; Hao, Y.; Parini, C.G.

2012. 110-111.

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title = "Preliminary estimate for observability of 60 GHz wireless body area networks",
abstract = "Observability of 60 GHz wireless body area networks is being investigated, in the context of the maximum outdoor detection range for such a network. An off-body channel within a scattering environment has been characterized. By decomposing the detection channel into a free-space channel and a body-local environment channel, an observability estimation model is proposed based on the measured data.",
author = "X.Y. Wu and Y.I. Nechayev and C.C. Constantinou and P.S. Hall and A. Brizzi and A. Pellegrini and Y. Hao and C.G. Parini",
year = "2012",
month = jan,
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doi = "10.1109/APCAP.2012.6333172",
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