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Authors : Sudhakar Hallur, Manjunath Bajantri.

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 Volume 3 Issue 6

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Deaths caused due to myocardial infraction have become a major concern. Most of such deaths are caused due to the non-availability of medical assistance in time of need. This paper describes a technology that explores a solution to such problems using wireless communications which includes aenabled RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) frontier in which the victim’s actual location is tracked for providing the necessary medical services. The paper describes the interworking wireless communications systems and miniature sensors such as RFID passive Tags , whose function is to capture the signals and wirelessly transmit all the data such as person’s vital body-function data, such as body temperature and pulse to an integrated nearest ground station. The antenna also receives information simultaneously regarding the location of individual from the GPS System. Thus, both the sets of data and the medical status and the location of the patient will then be wirelessly transmitted to the ground station from where patient’s medical conditions are remotely monitored, thus providing emergency rescue units with the person’s exact location. The Algorithm for the conversion of the Analog pulse to Binary data in the RFID tag is written and the Algorithm for Alerting the Location & Tracking the Mobile Station is also being discussed. The exact details of the various stages involved in tracking the location of the Victim using GPS is discussed over here.
Keywords:- RFID Reader, RFID Tag, Mobile Rescue Unit, GPS, Mobile Station.