Near Field Magnetic Induction Communication Link Budget: Agbinya-Masihpour Model

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Fifth International Conference on Broadband and Biomedical Communications (IB2Com), 2010, 2010, pp. 1 - 6
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Even though the link budget for the traditional Radio Frequency-based (RF) communication systems has been explored widely and various RF-channel models have been proposed, neither of those models deal with the Magnetic Induction Communication Systems (NFMIC), which is emerging as a highly advantageous physical layer access method in short range communications. Hence, in this paper we have proposed a NFMIC channel model for the very first time; we call this model Agbinya-Masihpour NFMIC channel model. Based on the proposed model, we have simulated the communication system and examined how the ferrite-cored coil improves the communication range. The simulation results have shown that the permeability of the core material has a crucial impact on enhancing the communication range also reducing the antenna size.
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