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William Scanlon
William Scanlon
CEO of Tyndall National Institute / Professor at University College Cork / IEEE Fellow
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Analysis of the performance of IEEE 802.15. 4 for medical sensor body area networking
NF Timmons, WG Scanlon
2004 First Annual IEEE Communications Society Conference on Sensor and Ad…, 2004
4382004
Antennas for over-body-surface communication at 2.45 GHz
GA Conway, WG Scanlon
IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation 57 (4), 844-855, 2009
3372009
Radiowave propagation from a tissue-implanted source at 418 MHz and 916.5 MHz
WG Scanlon, B Burns, NE Evans
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 47 (4), 527-534, 2000
1922000
An adaptive energy efficient MAC protocol for the medical body area network
NF Timmons, WG Scanlon
2009 1st international conference on wireless communication, vehicular…, 2009
1442009
Wireless networked control systems with QoS-based sampling
J Colandairaj, GW Irwin, WG Scanlon
IET Control Theory & Applications 1 (1), 430-438, 2007
1392007
Numerical analysis of bodyworn UHF antenna systems
WG Scanlon, NE Evans
Electronics & communication engineering journal 13 (2), 53-64, 2001
1352001
An experimental investigation into the influence of user state and environment on fading characteristics in wireless body area networks at 2.45 GHz
SL Cotton, WG Scanlon
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 8 (1), 6-12, 2009
1312009
Millimeter-wave soldier-to-soldier communications for covert battlefield operations
SL Cotton, WG Scanlon, BK Madahar
IEEE Communications Magazine 47 (10), 72-81, 2009
1142009
Channel characterization for single-and multiple-antenna wearable systems used for indoor body-to-body communications
SL Cotton, WG Scanlon
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 57 (4), 980-990, 2009
1142009
A statistical analysis of indoor multipath fading for a narrowband wireless body area network
SL Cotton, WG Scanlon
2006 IEEE 17th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio…, 2006
1102006
Characterization and modeling of the indoor radio channel at 868 MHz for a mobile bodyworn wireless personal area network
SL Cotton, WG Scanlon
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 6, 51-55, 2007
1002007
A time-domain approach to the analysis and modeling of on-body propagation characteristics using synchronized measurements at 2.45 GHz
SL Cotton, GA Conway, WG Scanlon
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 57 (4), 943-955, 2009
972009
RF performance of a 418-MHz radio telemeter packaged for human vaginal placement
WG Scanlon, NE Evans, ZM McCreesh
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 44 (5), 427-430, 1997
771997
Higher order statistics for lognormal small-scale fading in mobile radio channels
SL Cotton, WG Scanlon
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 6, 540-543, 2007
722007
Prediction of variation in MIMO channel capacity for the populated indoor environment using a radar cross-section-based pedestrian model
KI Ziri-Castro, WG Scanlon, NE Evans
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 4 (3), 1186-1194, 2005
612005
Wireless network medium access control protocol
WG Scanlon, TY Chui
US Patent 7,193,986, 2007
602007
In Situ Measurement of UHF Wearable Antenna Radiation Efficiency Using a Reverberation Chamber
GA Conway, WG Scanlon, C Orlenius, C Walker
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 7, 271-274, 2008
592008
Higher-order statistics for [kappa]- distribution
SL Cotton, WG Scanlon
Electronics Letters 43 (22), 1, 2007
58*2007
A simulated study of co-channel inter-BAN interference at 2.45 GHz and 60 GHz
SL Cotton, WG Scanlon, PS Hall
The 3rd European Wireless Technology Conference, 61-64, 2010
562010
Co-design of predictive controllers for wireless network control
GW Irwin, J Chen, A McKernan, WG Scanlon
IET Control Theory & Applications 4 (2), 186-196, 2010
562010
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