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MBAN

(Medical Body Area Network) See BAN.
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In the same vein, he urged members of MBAN to minimize the Turn Around Time (TAT) even as he charged REDAN to come up with affordable housing models and avoid unilateral changing of building designs, specifications and scope.
The technology has been gaining momentum since the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) allocated a spectrum for MBANs in May 2012.
Fujitsu has positioned mBAN as a mainstream network for next-generation healthcare and will continue its development efforts in this area.
The MBAN topic began to receive greater attention near the end of 2007 when GE Healthcare proposed secondary use of the 2,360- to 2,400-MHz spectrum already assigned for primary use in aeronautical mobile telemetry (AMT).
While it has its critics, WMTS has undoubtedly performed its intended task and its users have captured the lion's share of the market for patient monitoring; these, in turn, have now successfully sought designation of a second generation allocation for medical body area networks ("MBAN") just below the 2.4 GHz band.
The Federal Communications Commission recently approved a Medical Body Area Network (MBAN) radio spectrum for use in hospitals.
(12.) Mairead Ni Chinneide, "Conradh na Gaeilge agus Fuascailt na mBan," Feasta, August 1993, 5.
here on the slopes of Sliabh Na mBan, not counting the foxes
The recent collaboration of the Commission with the Mortgage-Banking Association of Nigeria (MBAN), the umbrella organization for all mortgage institutions in the country is an indication of the desire of private housing initiative to rise to the occasion.
Friday, September 17 L[sz] na mBan - Ladies' day, one of the biggest days of the festival.