Fall 2010 IAB
September 15 to 17
Wireless Healthcare Disposable Radios
Wireless patient monitoring in hospitals or remotely through mobile phones not only untethers patients, but it also reduces costs and minimizes the spread of hospital born infections. A monitoring device should therefore be thin, flexible, and preferably disposable, which requires operating with low capacity coincell batteries. These requirements should be met while not compromising the link reliability. Today’s industrial standard radios either suffer from a high peak current draw (100mA or more) or a high energy consumption (> 100nJ/bit). In this talk we will introduce REACH, a standard compliant wireless platform that can overcome these limitations.