Telecommunication Technologies in Telemedicine

Gupta, A K and Nayak, Gurudas C and Shet, K C and Saravanakumar, G (2006) Telecommunication Technologies in Telemedicine. Patna Journal of Medicine, 80 (5). pp. 82-85. ISSN 0031-3084

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This paper describes basic other collarating care providers u'sing a telecommunications technologies for 'combination of data. audio. video;;and telemedicine purposes. Telemedicine externally-acquired images through the being multimedia tn nature requires the networking environment. Telemedicine same resources as other multimedia applications can be categorized as services. That means transferring of large requiring low. medium or high bandwidth im.ages or even videos may require very transmissions. large. bandwidth and high rates. The range of, network -chotca unFortunately ..•most Qf the Jeleme,~icine telemedicine includes basic telephony, applications are rather simple and !'Jlaybe digital land lines',:' cellular/wireless,• .fulfilled in nowadays Teleccmmunicetlons broadband networks- such as the ,Technologie:$': Having in mind deiWands broadband ISDN (Integrated Services in such serious appncancns, techniques Digital Network) with the asynchronous,"g'uarantyingquality of service, such as the transfer mode (ATM). Note that when Wireless EPABX "seem as promising considering' telemedicine and solution. For more than four decades. cllnlctans. health services researchers. tetecomrnuntcatlons technologies. it is. important to evaluate not.only capabilities and others have been investigating the arid the costzperforrnance trade-off, but use "of advanced telecommunications also a general technical development. technoloqles to improve health care

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Telemedi.clne, ISDN, Internet,ATM and EPABX
Subjects: Engineering > MIT Manipal > Instrumentation and Control
Depositing User: MIT Library
Date Deposited: 22 Feb 2014 04:34
Last Modified: 22 Feb 2014 04:34

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