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Ban

A subdivision of the Moldovan leu or Romanian leu. One ban is equal in value to 1/100 of one leu. Its plural is bani.

BAN

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Jamalipour, "Wireless body area networks: A survey," IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, vol.
Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs) are the latest emanating arena in tele-health for monitoring the patients.
Gitlin, "New approaches to reliable wireless body area networks," in Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Microwaves, Communications, Antennas and Electronic Systems (COMCAS '11), pp.
Krishnan, "Wireless Body Area Networks with compressed sensing theory", in ICME Int.
Hall, "Diversity for body area networks," in Proceedings of the 29th URSI General Assembly, pp.
Takizawa, "R&D and standardization of body area network (BAN) for medical healthcare," IEEE Int.
Torres, "Pulse shape distortion and ranging accuracy in UWB-based body area networks for full-body motion capture and gait analysis," in Proceedings of the 50th Annual IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (GLOBECOM '07), pp.
Body Area Network. A perspective to the future, from research
The unique design of the antennas could unlock the potential of wireless body area network (WBAN) technology; a network of biosensors attached to different parts of a patient's body.
Group Area Network or GroupNet fills the gap between Local Area Network and Body Area Network. It consists of a set of interconnected handheld devices with wireless access, carried by a group of people within proximity.
The research will delve into Body Area Network (BAN), a wireless network system that uses short distance transmission of within a few meters.
A UK-based consortium, led by Zarlink Semiconductor, today announced plans to develop a means for converting energy from the human body to power implanted medical devices, including pacemakers, electrical stimulators, instrumented joints and body area network applications.