Adaptive Thermal-Aware Routing Protocol for Wireless Body Area Network
AbstractThe recent advancement in information technology and evolving of the (IoT) shifted the traditional medical approach to patient-oriented approach (e.g., Telemedicine/Telemonitoring). IoT permits several services including sensing, processing and communicating information with physical and bio-medical constraints. Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) handles the issues pertaining to the medical purposes in the form of sensor nodes and connected network. The WBAN takes human physiological data as an input to subsequently monitor the patient conditions that are transferred to other IoT components for analysis. Such monitoring and analysis demand a cohesive routing approach to ensure the safe and in-time transfer of data. The temperature rise of bio-medical sensor nodes makes the entire routing operation very crucial because the temperature of implanted nodes rises and ultimately damages body tissues. This needs dispersion in data transmission among different nodes by opting various available routes while avoiding temperature rise. In this paper, we present Adaptive Thermal-Aware Routing algorithm for WBAN. The ATAR is designed to overcome the temperature rise issue of implanted bio-medical sensors nodes. The new protocol is based on Multi-Ring Routing approach to find an alternative route in the case of increasing temperature. The simulation results indicate that proposed protocol is more efficient in terms of temperature rise and throughput than existing approaches. View Full-Text
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Jamil, F.; Iqbal, M.A.; Amin, R.; Kim, D. Adaptive Thermal-Aware Routing Protocol for Wireless Body Area Network. Electronics 2019, 8, 47.
Jamil F, Iqbal MA, Amin R, Kim D. Adaptive Thermal-Aware Routing Protocol for Wireless Body Area Network. Electronics. 2019; 8(1):47.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jamil, Faisal; Iqbal, Muhammad A.; Amin, Rashid; Kim, DoHyeun. 2019. "Adaptive Thermal-Aware Routing Protocol for Wireless Body Area Network." Electronics 8, no. 1: 47.
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