Emerging Materials and Advanced Designs for Wearable Antennas

Author: Singh, Vinod Kumar

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 210

View: 513

Bendable wearable materials like conductive strands, fluid metallic mixes, and polymer in paper are generally utilized as a part of the current adaptable electronic gadgets. Extra necessities are implemented in wearable applications. Characteristic elastic, for example, is an appealing exchange adaptable material that is biocompatible and offers high conductivity, low lost, simplicity to make, and most importantly, it is water/climate safe and condition amicable. The wearable antenna is one of the key components to establish body area network (BAN) for wireless communication, which is why it has become such an important part of antenna research. Wearable antennas are being applied successfully in various parts of life such as health monitoring, physical training, navigation, RFID, medicine, military, and more. Emerging Materials and Advanced Designs for Wearable Antennas explores how wearable antenna technology is being employed to enhance the quality of life in various industries. The technologies implemented and success of these antenna technologies is essential in the emerging field of wearable computing and is discussed in detail within the contents of this book. While covering essential topics such as the optimization of antenna material, improvement in flexible antenna performance, synthesis and design aspects of antennas, and transmission and receiving of the bendable antenna, this book is ideal for the military field, scientists, the medical field, practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students looking for the most advanced and updated research on the technology and implementation of wearable antennas spanning multiple industries.

Technology Road Mapping for Quantum Computing and Engineering

Author: Mishra, Brojo Kishore

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 243

View: 858

Quantum computing is radically different from the conventional approach of transforming bit-strings from one set of zeros and ones to another. With quantum computing, everything changes. The physics used to understand bits of information and the devices that manipulate them are vastly different. Quantum engineering is a revolutionary approach to quantum technology. Technology Road Mapping for Quantum Computing and Engineering explores all the aspects of quantum computing concepts, engineering, technologies, operations, and applications from the basics to future advancements. Covering topics such as machine learning, quantum software technology, and technology road mapping, this book is an excellent resource for data scientists, engineers, students and professors of higher education, computer scientists, researchers, and academicians.

Handbook of Research on Design, Deployment, Automation, and Testing Strategies for 6G Mobile Core Network

Author: Kumar, D. Satish

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 490

View: 207

To overcome the constraints of 5G for supporting new challenges, 6G wireless systems must be developed with new and attractive features. These systems are expected to increase performance and maximize quality of service several folds more than 5G along with other exciting features. However, 6G is still in its infancy and must be explored. The Handbook of Research on Design, Deployment, Automation, and Testing Strategies for 6G Mobile Core Network discusses the technological feats used in the new 6G wireless systems. It discusses the design, automation, and uses for industry as well as testing strategies. Covering topics such as 6G architecture, smart healthcare, and wireless communication, this major reference work is an excellent resource for computer scientists, engineers, students and professors in higher education, researchers, and academicians.

Research Anthology on Ecosystem Conservation and Preserving Biodiversity

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 1915

View: 378

In today’s rapidly evolving world, it has never been more critical to consider key environmental issues such as climate change, pollution, and endangered species. Society faces an unknown future where the fate of the environment is continuously in flux based on current preservation initiatives that governments develop. In order to ensure the world is protected moving forward, further study on the importance of securing environments, ecosystems, and species is necessary to successfully implement change. The Research Anthology on Ecosystem Conservation and Preserving Biodiversity considers the best practices and strategies for protecting our current ecosystems as well as the potential ramifications of failing to implement policies. Society is at a crossroads where if we continue to ignore the danger and warning signs brought about by environmental issues, we will be unable to maintain a healthy environment. Covering essential topics such as extinction, climate change, and pollution, this major reference work is ideal for scientists, industry professionals, researchers, academicians, policymakers, scholars, practitioners, instructors, and students.

Challenges and Risks Involved in Deploying 6G and NextGen Networks

Author: Bharathy, A.M. Viswa

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 258

View: 409

There is a need to be aware of the challenges awaiting us in next generation (NextGen) networks in order to take the proper steps to either minimize or eliminate issues as they present themselves. Incorporating artificial intelligence in NextGen networks for privacy and security policies will serve this purpose. It is essential to stay current with these emerging technologies and applications in order to maintain safe and secure communications in the future. Challenges and Risks Involved in Deploying 6G and NextGen Networks explores strategies for the design and deployment of more secured and user-centered NextGen networks through artificial intelligence to enrich user experience. It further investigates the political, social, and geographical challenges involved in realizing these 6G networks and explores ways to improve the security of future potential applications as well as protect user data from illegal access. Covering topics such as deep learning algorithms, aerial network communication, and edge computing, this major reference work is an indispensable resource for regulatory and policy groups, associations and technology groups, government and international bodies, technology executives and technical institutions, management consulting and advisory firms, communication engineers, network engineers, students and educators of higher education, researchers, and academicians.

Implementing Data Analytics and Architectures for Next Generation Wireless Communications

Author: Bhatt, Chintan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 227

View: 801

Wireless communication is continuously evolving to improve and be a part of our daily communication. This leads to improved quality of services and applications supported by networking technologies. We are now able to use LTE, LTE-Advanced, and other emerging technologies due to the enormous efforts that are made to improve the quality of service in cellular networks. As the future of networking is uncertain, the use of deep learning and big data analytics is a point of focus as it can work in many capacities at a variety of levels for wireless communications. Implementing Data Analytics and Architectures for Next Generation Wireless Communications addresses the existing and emerging theoretical and practical challenges in the design, development, and implementation of big data algorithms, protocols, architectures, and applications for next generation wireless communications and their applications in smart cities. The chapters of this book bring together academics and industrial practitioners to exchange, discuss, and implement the latest innovations and applications of data analytics in advanced networks. Specific topics covered include key encryption techniques, smart home appliances, fog communication networks, and security in the internet of things. This book is valuable for technologists, data analysts, networking experts, practitioners, researchers, academicians, and students.

Design and Optimization of Sensors and Antennas for Wearable Devices: Emerging Research and Opportunities

Emerging Research and Opportunities

Author: Singh, Vinod Kumar

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 196

View: 564

Wearable continuous monitoring systems are necessary in risky environments such as mining and diving and are especially important in the medical monitoring of patients both in medical facilities and at home. All these applications of monitoring with data transmission functions can be achieved by using wearable antennas. Recently, possibilities of connecting completely independent appliances with textiles have emerged. However, full success will be achieved only when antennas and all related components are entirely converted into 100% textile materials. Design and Optimization of Sensors and Antennas for Wearable Devices: Emerging Research and Opportunities provides innovative insights on the development of adaptable materials and textile antennas that can be used in the construction of wearable devices that are biocompatible and offer high conductivity, low cost, simplistic manufacturing, are comfortable for the wearer, and are water/climate safe and condition amicable. The content within this publication examines data transmission, wearable computing, and medical applications. It is designed for engineers, manufacturers, researchers, academicians, and scientists who are interested in the development of wearable technologies.

Wearable Systems and Antennas Technologies for 5G, IOT and Medical Systems

Author: Albert Sabban

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 526

View: 534

Due to progress in the development of communication systems, it is now possible to develop low-cost wearable communication systems. A wearable antenna is meant to be a part of the clothing or close to the body and used for communication purposes, which include tracking and navigation, mobile computing and public safety. Examples include smartwatches (with integrated Bluetooth antennas), glasses (such as Google Glass with Wi-Fi and GPS antennas), GoPro action cameras (with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth antennas), etc. They are increasingly common in consumer electronics and for healthcare and medical applications. However, the development of compact, efficient wearable antennas is one of the major challenges in the development of wearable communication and medical systems. Technologies such as printed compact antennas and miniaturization techniques have been developed to create efficient, small wearable antennas which are the main objective of this book. Each chapter covers enough mathematical detail and explanations to enable electrical, electromagnetic and biomedical engineers and students and scientists from all areas to follow and understand the topics presented. New topics and design methods are presented for the first time in the area of wearable antennas, metamaterial antennas and fractal antennas. The book covers wearable antennas, RF measurements techniques and measured results in the vicinity of the human body, setups and design considerations. The wearable antennas and devices presented in this book were analyzed by using HFSS and ADS 3D full-wave electromagnetics software. Explores wearable medical systems and antennas Explains the design and development of wearable communication systems Explores wearable reconfigurable antennas for communication and medical applications Discusses new types of metamaterial antennas and artificial magnetic conductors (AMC) Reviews textile antennas Dr. Albert Sabban holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA (1991), and an MBA from the Faculty of Management, Haifa University, Israel (2005). He is currently a Senior Lecturer and researcher at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Kinneret and Ort Braude Engineering Colleges.

Electromagnetics of Body Area Networks

Antennas, Propagation, and RF Systems

Author: Douglas H. Werner

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 536

View: 628

The book is a comprehensive treatment of the field, covering fundamental theoretical principles and new technological advancements, state-of-the-art device design, and reviewing examples encompassing a wide range of related sub-areas. In particular, the first area focuses on the recent development of novel wearable and implantable antenna concepts and designs including metamaterial-based wearable antennas, microwave circuit integrated wearable filtering antennas, and textile and/or fabric material enabled wearable antennas. The second set of topics covers advanced wireless propagation and the associated statistical models for on-body, in-body, and off-body modes. Other sub-areas such as efficient numerical human body modeling techniques, artificial phantom synthesis and fabrication, as well as low-power RF integrated circuits and related sensor technology are also discussed. These topics have been carefully selected for their transformational impact on the next generation of body-area network systems and beyond.