Intra-body communication (IBC) is a novel research area that will foster personalized medicine by allowing the interconnection of implanted devices through energy-efficient technologies, such as the galvanic coupling (GC) technique considered in this work. Channel characterization of the human body is here evaluated through experimental data considering in-vivo tissues in the frequency range up to 100 kHz. Pseudorandom noise (PN) sequences are transmitted in baseband and a correlative channel sounding system is implemented to evaluate the channel impulse and frequency response through real measurements.

Data driven channel characterization of human body communication

Vizziello A.
;
Savazzi P.
;
Dell'acqua F.
2022-01-01

Abstract

Intra-body communication (IBC) is a novel research area that will foster personalized medicine by allowing the interconnection of implanted devices through energy-efficient technologies, such as the galvanic coupling (GC) technique considered in this work. Channel characterization of the human body is here evaluated through experimental data considering in-vivo tissues in the frequency range up to 100 kHz. Pseudorandom noise (PN) sequences are transmitted in baseband and a correlative channel sounding system is implemented to evaluate the channel impulse and frequency response through real measurements.
2022
9781450398671
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