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Acquisition of Multi-channel Biomedical Signals Based on Internet of Things
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 Title & Authors
Acquisition of Multi-channel Biomedical Signals Based on Internet of Things
Kim, Jeong-Hwan; Jeung, Gyeo-Wun; Lee, Jun-Woo; Kim, Kyeong-Seop;
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 Abstract
Internet of Things(IoT)-devices are now expanding inter-connecting networking technologies to invent healthcare monitoring system especially for assessing physiological conditions of the chronically-ill patients those with cardiovascular diseases. Hence, IoT system is expected to be utilized for home healthcare by dedicating the original usage of IoT devices to collect the biomedical data such as electrocardiogram(ECG) and photoplethysmography(PPG) signal. The aim of this work is to implement health monitoring system by integrating IoT devices with Raspberry-pi components to measure and analyze ECG and the multi-channel PPG signals. The acquired data and fiducial features from our system can be transmitted to mobile devices via wireless networking technology to support the concept of tele-monitoring services based on IoT devices.
 Keywords
Internet of things;IoT;Single-board computer;Raspberry-pi;ECG;PPG;PTT;Multi-channel system;
 Language
Korean
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