ECE IEEE PROJECTS-Red Tacton 2017-18

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INTRA-BODY COMMUNICATION IN BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS

The project presents a new concept of communication method called as Intra-body communication in biomedical field. Human body is used as a medium of transmission of data

  • 4 Year
    Course
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    SEMESTER
Ece2018/Electric.aspx

HUMAN BODY COMMUNICATIONS FOR IoT ENABLED AMBULATORY HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEMS

Increasing market demand for high performance and portable computing devices requires energy efficient devices. When a network of devices is considered, as in the case of the Internet of Things.

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER
Ece2018

AN INVESTIGATION ON GROUND ELECTRODES OF CAPACITIVE COUPLING HUMAN BODY COMMUNICATION

Utilizing the body surface as the signal transmission medium, capacitive coupling human body communication (CCHBC) can achieve a much higher energy efficiency than conventional wireless communications in future wireless body area network (WBAN) applications.

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER
Ece2018

PERFORMANCE OF HUMAN BODY COMMUNICATION-BASED WEARABLE ECG WITH CAPACITIVE COUPLING

Wearable electrocardiogram (ECG) is attracting much attention in daily healthcare applications, and human body communication (HBC) technology provides an evident advantage in making the sensing electrodes of ECG also working for transmission through the human body

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER
Ece2018/Electric.aspx

ELECTRIC RFID COMMUNICATION VIA HUMAN BODY

Communications of RFID are not limited only to magnetic inductive coupling between two coils. If the same transmission efficiency is obtained, RFID communications by electric inductive coupling between two electrodes can be accomplished

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER
Ece2018

WEARABLE BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION BASED ON HUMAN BODY COMMUNICATION

Human body communication (HBC) is a short-range wireless communication in the vicinity of, or inside a human body by using the human body as a propagation medium

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER