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Naik, R.; Singh, J.; Le, H. P. (2010)
Publisher: InTech
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
This chapter presented a new paradigm of biosensors which have processing capability with an intelligent and adaptive wireless communication module. The adaptive communication module efficiently reconfigures its hardware components according to the changes in operating environment in order to reduce system power consumption and optimally utilise resources. The chapter presented several significant applications of wireless biosensor networks which hold enormous potential to benefit the community. It also identified that
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