Le Body Area Network (BAN) est une technologie de réseau sans fil basée sur les radio-fréquences qui consiste à interconnecter sur, autour ou dans le corps humain de minuscules dispositifs pouvant effectuer des mesures (capteurs) ou agir de façon active (actionneurs),.

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  • Le Body Area Network (BAN) est une technologie de réseau sans fil basée sur les radio-fréquences qui consiste à interconnecter sur, autour ou dans le corps humain de minuscules dispositifs pouvant effectuer des mesures (capteurs) ou agir de façon active (actionneurs),. Ces capteurs très miniaturisés, disposant d'une grande autonomie et utilisant des courants de très faible puissance peuvent être capables de dialoguer avec un centre de service distant, pour alerter un service d'urgences hospitalières par exemple. Les principales applications se trouvent dans les domaines de la santé, des premiers secours, du militaire, du divertissement, du sport, de l'Intelligence ambiante ou des Interactions homme-machine.
  • Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) ist ein spezialisiertes Netzwerkkonzept im Rahmen des Standards IEEE 802.15.4 (WPAN, Wireless Personal Area Network) für eine einzelne Person als Träger von Kommunikationsgeräten. Mit diesem Konzept wird eine Anbindung von am Körper getragenen medizinischen Sensoren und Aktoren erreicht, wobei in ein Netzwerk jeweils nur die Geräte genau eines Trägers einbezogen werden. Aktoren müssen nach den Regeln für Medizingeräte zugelassen sein.
  • A body area network (BAN), also referred to as a wireless body area network (WBAN) or a body sensor network (BSN), is a wireless network of wearable computing devices. In particular, the network consists of several miniaturized body sensor units (BSUs) together with a single body central unit (BCU). The development of WBAN technology started around 1995 around the idea of using wireless personal area network (WPAN) technologies to implement communications on, near, and around the human body. About six years later, the term "BAN" came to refer systems where communication is entirely within, on, and in the immediate proximity of a human body. A WBAN system can use WPAN wireless technologies as gateways to reach longer ranges.
  • WBAN o BAN (Wireless Body Area Network), red de área corporal, es una red de comunicación inalámbrica entre dispositivos de baja potencia utilizados en el cuerpo, consiste en un conjunto móvil y compacto de comunicación entre, por ejemplo micrófonos, auriculares, sensores, etc.También la red puede estar formada por dispositivos (sensores) de baja potencia implantados en el cuerpo, estos dispositivos controlan los parámetros vitales del cuerpo y movimientos. Estos dispositivos se comunican a través de las tecnologías inalámbricas, transmiten datos desde el cuerpo a una estación base, de donde los datos pueden ser remitidos a un hospital, Clínica o a otro lugar, en tiempo real.La tecnología WBAN está aún en su etapa inicial, esta servirá para una variedad de aplicaciones, incluyendo médicas, electrónica de consumo, entretenimiento y otros. La tecnología, una vez aceptada y aprobada, se espera que sea un gran avance sobre todo en la asistencia médica.
  • Le Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN), anche chiamate Body Area Network (BAN) o Body Sensor Network (BSN), sono reti che interconnettono dispositivi indossabili, il cui raggio di copertura è inferiore ad un metro. La rete BAN permette il passaggio di comunicazione attraverso segnale elettrico o luminoso a seconda del link di comunicazione utilizzato. Le applicazioni più tipiche sono le reti di sensori corporei in campo biomedico.
  • 人体通信(じんたいつうしん、英: Intra-body Communication)は、誘電体である人体を通信媒体として利用する通信の形態である。定義上、有線通信や無線通信には該当しない新しい通信方式である。
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  • Le Body Area Network (BAN) est une technologie de réseau sans fil basée sur les radio-fréquences qui consiste à interconnecter sur, autour ou dans le corps humain de minuscules dispositifs pouvant effectuer des mesures (capteurs) ou agir de façon active (actionneurs),.
  • Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) ist ein spezialisiertes Netzwerkkonzept im Rahmen des Standards IEEE 802.15.4 (WPAN, Wireless Personal Area Network) für eine einzelne Person als Träger von Kommunikationsgeräten. Mit diesem Konzept wird eine Anbindung von am Körper getragenen medizinischen Sensoren und Aktoren erreicht, wobei in ein Netzwerk jeweils nur die Geräte genau eines Trägers einbezogen werden. Aktoren müssen nach den Regeln für Medizingeräte zugelassen sein.
  • Le Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN), anche chiamate Body Area Network (BAN) o Body Sensor Network (BSN), sono reti che interconnettono dispositivi indossabili, il cui raggio di copertura è inferiore ad un metro. La rete BAN permette il passaggio di comunicazione attraverso segnale elettrico o luminoso a seconda del link di comunicazione utilizzato. Le applicazioni più tipiche sono le reti di sensori corporei in campo biomedico.
  • 人体通信(じんたいつうしん、英: Intra-body Communication)は、誘電体である人体を通信媒体として利用する通信の形態である。定義上、有線通信や無線通信には該当しない新しい通信方式である。
  • A body area network (BAN), also referred to as a wireless body area network (WBAN) or a body sensor network (BSN), is a wireless network of wearable computing devices. In particular, the network consists of several miniaturized body sensor units (BSUs) together with a single body central unit (BCU). The development of WBAN technology started around 1995 around the idea of using wireless personal area network (WPAN) technologies to implement communications on, near, and around the human body.
  • WBAN o BAN (Wireless Body Area Network), red de área corporal, es una red de comunicación inalámbrica entre dispositivos de baja potencia utilizados en el cuerpo, consiste en un conjunto móvil y compacto de comunicación entre, por ejemplo micrófonos, auriculares, sensores, etc.También la red puede estar formada por dispositivos (sensores) de baja potencia implantados en el cuerpo, estos dispositivos controlan los parámetros vitales del cuerpo y movimientos.
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