Dynamic Channel Modeling at 2.4 GHz for On-Body Area Networks
In wireless body area networks, on-body radio propagation channels are typically time-varying, because of the frequent body movements. The dynamic local body scattering dominates the temporal and spatial properties of the on-body channels. The influence varies largely depending on the distribution of the channels and the modes of body movements. In this paper, the authors present some major achievements on the dynamic on-body channel modeling at 2.4 GHz under the framework of the COST 2100 action. Results of two complementary measurement campaigns are presented: a geometry-based one on a single subject, and a scenario-based one covering different subjects.