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Free-Space Optical Communication with an Optimized Lipschitz Exponent for Biosignal Telemetry


Healthcare monitoring is a rapidly developing network in the field of advanced medical treatment. The network combines the ideology of wireless communication, signal processing, medical information and real-time processing units to support the medical monitoring system. The proposed work focuses on the development of a Free-Space Optical (FSO) system to transmit the biosignals from a remote distance to the physician. Generally, the data transmitted over the FSO system is affected by various atmospheric conditions such as air medium, O2, and H2O molecules. To tackle these problems, the Biosignals Electrocardiogram (ECG) and Electroencephalogram (EEG) are processed in the Optimized Lipschitz Exponent (OLE) function before transmission over the FSO medium. In this novel technique, the OLE function measures the informative data from the biosignals by calculating the local regularities and singularity. This collects the most informative signals and transmits them in the signal over the FSO medium. This particular hybridization helps to transmit the required data without distortion. The Bit Error Rate (BER) of 10−9 is obtained, which satisfies the healthcare monitoring condition. The result section shows that the proposed model has minimum losses compared to the original signal.

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Technik, Elektrotechnik, Mess-, Steuer- und Regelungstechnik