The readily existing cellular networks play an important role in the daily life communications by integrating a wide variety of wireless multimedia services with higher data transmission rates, capable to provide much more than basic voice calls. In order to increase the demands of reliable medical network infrastructure economically and establish reliable medical transmission via cellular networks, this chapter has been designed as a dependable wireless medical network using an existing mobile cellular network with sophisticated channel coding technologies, providing a new novel way of the network that is adopted as a “Medical Network Channel (MNC)” system. Adding such adaptive outer coding with an existing cellular standard as inner coding makes a concatenated channel to carry out the MNC design. The adaptive design of extra outer channel codes depends on the Quality of Services (QoS) of Wireless Body Area Networks WBANs and also on the remaining errors from the inner-used cellular decoders. The adaptive extra code has been optimized toward “Medical Network Channel (MNC)” for different medical data QoS priority levels. The accomplishment of QoS constraints for different WBAN medical data has been investigated in this chapter for “Medical Network Channel (MNC)” by using the theoretical derivations, where positive acceptable results were achieved.
Part of the book: Coding Theory