Abstract: Human Body Communication (HBC) is an innovative form of communication that offers enhanced safety compared to other technologies. RedTacton is a user-friendly pervasive technology that enables the­ human body to establish communication with nearby devices [7]. This paper introduces a model for a human area networking technology that facilitates communication through touch, and demonstrates how this technology can benefit both patients and doctors [6]. With HBC, doctors no longer need to be constantly present beside the patient, as the technology operates through contact. Patients can simply touch the device to access information about their condition and consult with a doctor. By utilizing the body as a transmission medium, HBC seamlessly integrates with various devices, particularly wireless biomedical monitoring devices [4]. The use of on-body sensor nodes allows for the monitoring of vital signs in individuals by utilizing the body as a transmission medium. This technology provides numerous benefits for long term clinical monitoring, offering users increased freedom. Biotelemetry is employed to achieve remote observation, measurement, and preservation of an organism's activity, condition, or function. Human Body Area Networks (HBANs) consist of sensor nodes that are either attached to or implanted into a subject's body [2]. The implementation of RedTacton technology has effectively addressed challenges associated with radio transmission limitations, data rates, and potential security threats from unauthorized signal interceptions.

Keywords: Human body communication, RedTacton, Human Body Area Network (HAN), Biotelemetry, Body Coupled Communication (BCC), IoT, Notification [1].

Partho Kumer Nonda, Md. Inzamul Haque, Md. Shadman Rafid Khan, Al- Ispahani Arif Jahan Jiko, Md. Maruf Hasan, "IoT Based Human Area Networking Implementation of Biotelemetry Utilizing RedTacton", IJARCCE International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, vol. 13, no. 1, 2024, Crossref https://doi.org/10.17148/IJARCCE.2024.13129.

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