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BLUETOOTH wireless LAN

By gatoria ·
hi all,
my first post here. I am a student in UK doin Masters in Broadbanda and mobile comm networks. Currently i am doin a project: BLUETOOTH WIRELESS LAN SET-UP TO TRACK HOSPITAL PATIENTS !!

seeking advices from you GENIUSES out there.......i am looking here to connect a steering wheel with the bluetooth trakcing device so as to track the children suffering from epilepsy n all in order to treat them in time!!!!

obviously the bio-merdical parameteres would be transmitted along with the location finding.......

HOPE TO HEAR FROM U SOOOOOOOOONNNN !!!!

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Seek and Ye Shall find!

by Black Panther In reply to BLUETOOTH wireless LAN

go to http://www.google.com and search for the info you require ie

Bluetooth wireless lan hospital patient tracking

example site

http://www.pocketpcmag.com/_archives/sep03/mobile_healthcare.asp

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by Synthetic In reply to Seek and Ye Shall find!

Welcome aboard! I was going to ask for a bit more specifics, which the more you provide, the more tailored an answer you may receive. Subtropicalmist did a decent job of providing a response quick. The end of this article provides the names, and info for the authors, as well as email addresses. I could only give general topology suggestions, I would suggest giving these guys a shout and seeing what resource they may provide, I bet it's a real time saver! Good luck, post more and we will help, at the very least, please keep us up-to-date with your ideas, and how you choose to proceed.


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