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MBAN

(Medical Body Area Network) See BAN.
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Actually, the MBAN story is a good example of how solutions were found through cooperation and consultation even though obstacles at first appeared insurmountable.
9 GHz range and medical telemetry in the WMTS bands and the freshly minted MBAN allocation.
See MBAN Report and Order, supra note 237, at 6423.
With this ruling, the FCC has allocated 40 MHz of spectrum--2360 to 2400 MHz--for use by MBAN devices on a shared, secondary basis.
The FCC also will have to review and approve all MBAN devices, and because they also are medical devices they will have to be reviewed by the U.
The global MBAN market within professional healthcare will see nearly 30 million devices shipped annually by 2016.
This is a key consideration for transmitters operated close to the human body such as a BAN (body area network) or MBAN (medical body area network).
Since the quality of medical services is very important for the patients, the requirements of QoS for the MBANs is strict.
The test confirmed that the data transmitted from the body sensors was reliable, and that having multiple, independent mBAN in use in the same hospital room does not result in interference, thereby verifying the safety of operating multiple mBANs simultaneously.