A Review on Compressive Sensing for Distributed Signal Processing in WBAN

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  • Ashwini S Chiwarkar
  • Dr. K. B. Khanchandani

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v7i7.397

Keywords:

WBAN, CS, OMP, BP, LMS, NLMS.

Abstract

Wireless networks of the body (WBANs) that support healthcare applications are in the early stages of development but make valuable contributions to surveillance, diagnostics or therapy. They cover real-time medical information acquisition from various sensors with secure data communication and low power consumption. WBANs promises discreet outpatient medical monitoring over a long period of time and inform the physician in real-time about the patient's condition. They are widely used for ubiquitous healthcare, entertainment, and military applications. This article presents distributed wireless networks and describes the search for Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (OMP), Basis Pursuit (BP), Least Mean Square Technique (LMS), and Normalized Least Mean Square Technique (NLMS).

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Author Biographies

Ashwini S Chiwarkar

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College of Engineering

Shegaon, Maharashtra, India

Dr. K. B. Khanchandani

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College of Engineering

Shegaon, Maharashtra, India

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07/28/2021

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Chiwarkar, A. S., & Khanchandani, D. K. B. (2021). A Review on Compressive Sensing for Distributed Signal Processing in WBAN. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 7(7), 17–21. https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v7i7.397

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