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Body Area Network
Education Center
MICS:  400-406 Mhz for implants
The whole network is in motion.  The base station gathers up the information from all the sensors. Your phone can interfere with your Body Area Network.

Professor Robert V. Kenyon (CV)
Professor, Director of Graduate Studies
Computer Science Department, University of Illinois at Chicago
Adjunct Professor, Bioengineering Department, University of Illinois at Chicago
Adjunct Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Northwestern Medical School, Northwestern University
Links to where I do my research:
Electronic Visualization Lab (EVL); University of Illinois at Chicago
Sensory Motor Performance Program: SMPP, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago: RIC Northwestern University
Machines Assisting Recovery from Stroke: MARS3& Northwestern University
News about Teaching, Research and Publications
UIC Computer Science students visit Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago [ pdf]
“Size-Constancy in the CAVE” article in the top 25 downloads from Presence Journal
Updated: October 2013
Mail to: kenyon AT
Robert V. Kenyon, Ph.D.
Professor & Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Computer Science (M/C 152)
851 S. Morgan St.
SEO bldg. Rm 1133
University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, IL 60607
Office Phone: (312) 996-0450
Lab Phone: (312) 996-3002
Fax: (312) 413-0024
kenyon AT