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Patient Monitoring System Mobile Ad Hoc Network. P.M.S.M.A.N. Members:- Stan Arnold Femi Ayatian William Binns Joel Cox Rhett Slater. Develop a working simulation to test the efficiency of devices on a wireless ad-hoc network.

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Patient monitoring system mobile ad hoc network

Patient Monitoring System Mobile Ad Hoc Network

P.M.S.M.A.N.

Members:-

Stan Arnold

Femi Ayatian

William Binns

Joel Cox

Rhett Slater


Description

  • Develop a working simulation to test the efficiency of devices on a wireless ad-hoc network.

  • The simulator will assist in analyzing power management and end-to-end reliability of devices on the network, while taking different variables into account.

  • Some of those variables include device power, device density, number of hops, and delays in end to end signal transmission.

  • We expect to maximize the network efficiency and end-to-end reliability so that further research can be carried out on this subject.

Description


Experiences challenges

  • Agreeing on one solution/perspective for the project (e.g. Java v C++)

  • Group communication during design and documentation portions

  • Needing continuous sponsor input and clarification (slightly frustrating)

  • Learning new information pertaining to wireless and ad hoc networks

  • Extracting essential information from large volumes of material available to us.

  • Problems using online repository (Windows )

Experiences/Challenges


Design

  • We are developing a desktop application using JAVA.

  • We are using an SVN repository for our code, to ease in collaboration of code.

  • We will start with a console implementation and build a GUI on top for ease of use.

  • As of now, we have three classes defined for the simulation side of the application. (Device, DeviceList, Message).

Design


Design1

GUI Prototype

Design


Current status

  • Currently we have the SVN repository setup with all of our source code.

  • We have our main three simulation classes coded for base functionality.

  • Of our four protocols, we have one protocol with a rough implementation. We are in the process of testing/debugging.

Current Status


Current status1

  • Sample Code for Device Class

    • Method to determine if a particular device is in range.

      public boolean deviceInRange(int destId, int protocol, DeviceList list){        /**         * Takes the input of the Destination Device Id and determines if the         * Node is in range of the Sending Device.         */        boolean inRange;        double range = this.txPower * protocol;        Device destination = getDeviceById(destId, list);        Point destinationCoords = destination.coords;        double x = destinationCoords.getX();        double y = destinationCoords.getY();        if(this.coords.distance(x, y) <= range && this.deviceID != destId){            inRange = true;        }        else inRange = false;        return inRange;

Current Status


Current status2

  • Sample Code for Device Class

    • Method that returns the nearest in range. Will be used for optimum transmission protocols.

      public int findNearestNode(DeviceList listOfDevices, int protocol) {        /*Initiates the minimum distance as the range of the device. If no         *device is found with a distance less than the range, all devices         *are out of range and 0 is returned.         */        double range = this.txPower * protocol;        int nearest = 0;        Device remoteNode;        Point remotePoint;        double x, y, distance;        double minDistance = range;         for (int i = 0; i < listOfDevices.size(); i ++){            remoteNode = listOfDevices.peek(i);            remotePoint = remoteNode.coords;            x = remotePoint.getX();            y = remotePoint.getY();            distance = this.coords.distance(x, y);            if (this.deviceID != remoteNode.deviceID && distance < minDistance){                minDistance = distance;                nearest = remoteNode.deviceID}        }        return nearest;

Current Status


Design details

Design Details


Design details1

  • Main Classes

    • Device

      • Patient monitoring device

    • Message

      • what is being sent(information)

    • Protocol

      • how it will be sent

      • priority/power level

Design Details


Update on concerns

  • time management

  • keeping up with project sponsor

Update on concerns


Additional information

  • Testing Plan is incomplete

  • Will need to be developed further

  • Application must function properly

Additional Information


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