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Noninvasive heartbeat extraction from IR UWB radar signals
- Noninvasive heartbeat extraction from IR UWB radar signals
- Cho, Hui-Sup; Lyu, Hong-Kun; Park, Young-Jin
- DGIST Authors
- Cho, Hui-Sup; Lyu, Hong-Kun
- Issue Date
- 6th International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Convergence, ICTC 2015, 977-980
- Article Type
- Conference Paper
- Modern society faces problems of increasing healthcare expenditure due to increases in numbers of chronic patients and an aging population. As so-called smart patients become proactive, they require individualized treatment and interactive care. A type of healthcare using ICT (Information & Communication Technology) is gaining interest as the best technological alternative for solving those problems. At DGIST, ICT-medical convergence technologies suitable for pervasive sensing and advanced healthcare services are under development. Impulse radio ultra-wideband complementary metal-oxide silicon (IR UWB CMOS) radar technology is considered a good candidate for sensing features of the human body. In this paper, a novel method that detects vital signals such as respiratory rate and heart rate using IR UWB radar is proposed and the feasibility of it being an appropriate technology for non-invasive biometric sensing is presented. © 2015 IEEE.
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