Non-stationarity of body area networks for sleep monitoring
The stationarity of the body area network (BAN) channel when the subject is sleeping is examined. The authors question the validity of first- and second-order distribution fits to BAN channel gain. Wide sense stationarity tests have an upper bound at 70%
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