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100 bani equal 1 leu in Moldova

100 bani equal 1 leu in Romania

an official prohibition or edict against something

a bachelor's degree in nursing

forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper)

prohibit especially by legal means or social pressure

ban from a place of residence, as for punishment

expel from a community or group

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Ghorashi, "Context aware and channel-based resource allocation for wireless body area networks," IET Wireless Sensor Systems, vol.
Traver, V (2008) Body area network for wireless patient monitoring.
His research interests are designing communication protocols for wireless mobile ad-hoc networks, wireless sensor networks, body area networks and security issues in these networks.
Given the trend towards a user-centric concept in mobile communications, wireless body area networks (WBAN) have received increasing attention within the wireless personal and body area networks community [1,2].
6 MAC protocols for wireless body area networks (WBANs), do not consider the ACK timeout state, wherein the colliding nodes check the ill fate of their transmissions, while other contending nodes perform backoff check that slot as usual.
Fang, "Interference mitigation for cyber-physical wireless body area network system using social networks," IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing, vol.
Yuan, "BANA: body area network authentication exploiting channel characteristics," IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, vol.
Chen, "NDNC-BAN: Supporting rich media healthcare services via named data networking in cloud-assisted wireless body area networks," Information Sciences, vol.
Engineers from the US, China, Europe, and Lebanon discuss organic paper-based antennas, flexible optically transparent antennas, inkjet-printed artificial magnetic conductors for wearable antenna applications, diversity antennas for wireless body area network (WBAN) applications, mutual coupling reduction between flexible MIMO (multiple input multiple output) antennas, flexible and conformable antennas for body-centric radiofrequency identification, circularly polarized wearable antennas, flexible VHF animal collar antennas for GPS-aided wildlife tracking, and textile-based rectennas.
WICT standardization for the Body Area Network (WBAN) and Medical Body Area Network (WMBAN).
A typical body area network (BAN) [12] consists of a number of inexpensive, lightweight, and miniature sensor platforms, each featuring one or more physiological sensors.
The standard helps support the combination of security, reliability, quality of service, low power, data rate and interference protection needed to address the breadth of unique body area network applications not supplied by other wireless communications standards.
In general, a Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) consists of several small wearable or implantable sensors on/near/in a human body and a data aggregator to collect and process the sensor data.
Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) is a network of tiny wireless medical sensors which may be attached to the body surface or implanted into the tissues.
The personal airbag system for example, was deemed impossible by a prominent CTO with a wireless networking giant, - until PreviMed stepped in to apply wireless Body Area Network (BAN) technology.