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IEEE 802.15-12-0316-01-004N SubmissionLiang Li VinnoSlide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission.

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1 IEEE N SubmissionLiang Li VinnoSlide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title:Complex EM Environment in Chinese Hospitals Date Submitted:July 12, 2012 Source: WeiXia Zou, Guiye Wang, Zhenyu Wang, BUPT ; Liang Li, Vinno; Suite 202, Building D, No.2 Xinxi Lu, Beijing, China, Voice: , FAX: , Abstract: Opening report for TG4n(MBAN) Task Group Purpose: Outline accomplishments from the March 2012 meeting and planned tasks for this meeting. Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release:The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P July 2012

2 IEEE N Submission Spectrum allocation (China & 15.6 NB)  Transmit power limits(China): MHz, MHz, MHz: 10mW MHz: 25μW (limit bandwidth to 300kHz)

3 IEEE N Submission Crowded Chinese Hospital Due to differences on healthcare system, Chinese intent to hospitals and ask helps from doctors. Chinese hospitals are overcrowded terribly. Such as Beijing hospitals, patients from all of China are crowded in lobby, halls, waiting areas, garden, and anywhere

4 IEEE N Submission Characteristics of MABN Therefore, MBAN is intensive in Chinese hospital, and inter-network interferences are serious, and there also exists relative motion among BANs Preceiver = Ptransimmiter*10^(Pathloss/10)

5 IEEE N Submission Path loss Model in Hospital Room  Pathloss= -Pl0-10*n*lg(d/d0)-L_nw; d0=1m; Pl0 ( attenuation of d0 ) =20*lg(4*pi*f/c); 40.5dB(2.4Ghz)/30.6dB ( 780Mhz ) 28.6dB(610Mhz)/25dB(410Mhz)/19.3dB(210Mhz); Pathloss coefficient: n=3.0 ; ( open area half-close area close area ) L_nw(penetrate loss)=n1*L1+n2*L2 (number of concrete wall:n1;concrete attenuation:L1; number of human body:n2;human body attenuation:L2)

6 IEEE N Submission Conditions  Transmit power:1mw ( 0dBm )  Preceiver = Ptransimmiter*10^(Pathloss/10)

7 IEEE N Submission  The attenuation of penetrating the concrete(200mm depth) : 2.4GHz L1= 13dB 780Mhz L1= 11dB 610MHz L1= 10dB 410MHz L1= 9dB 210MHz L1= 8dB Slide 7 Attenuation Coefficients

8 IEEE N Submission  According to Rec. ITU-R P The attenuation of penetrating the human body: 2.4GHz L2= 20dB 780Mhz L2=16dB 610MHz L2= 14dB 410MHz L2= 13.5dB 210MHz L2= 15.5dB Liang Li, Vinno Slide 8 Attenuation Coefficients

9 IEEE N Submission Transmission Power as penetrating one layer of the concrete wall(200mm) Transmission Power in Free Space as Penetrating one concrete wall Transmit power:1mw ( 0dBm )

10 IEEE N Submission Transmission Power as penetrating one human body Transmission Power in Free Space as Penetrating one human body Transmit power:1mw ( 0dBm )

11 IEEE N Submission Transmission Power in free-fade and NLOS Left Fig: Transmission Power in Free Space, Right Fig: Transmission Power in Free Space as Penetrating one wall and one human body.


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