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In this paper, a simple and efficient filtered X
Least Mean Square (FXLMS) algorithm is used for the
removal of different kinds of noises from the ECG signal. The
adaptive filter essentially minimizes the meansquared error
between a primary input, which is the noisy ECG, and a
reference input, which is either noise that is correlated in
some way with the noise in the primary input or a signal that
is correlated only with ECG in the primary input. Different
filter structures are presented to eliminate the diverse forms
of noise: baseline wander, 60 Hz power line interference,
muscle artifacts and motion artifacts. Finally different
adaptive structures are implemented to remove artifacts from
ECG signals and tested on real signals obtained from MITBIH
data base. Simulation studies shows that the proposed
realization gives better performance compared to existing
realizations in terms of signal to noise ratio.
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