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Abstract— This paper presents a low power ECG recording SystemonChip (SoC) with onchip low complexity lossless ECG compression for data reduction in wireless/ambulatory ECG sensor devices. The proposed algorithm uses a linear slope predictor to estimate the ECG samples, and uses a novel low complexity dynamic codingpackaging scheme to frame the resulting estimation error into fixedlength 16bit format. The proposed technique achieves an average compression ratio of 2.25x on
MIT/BIH ECG database. Implemented in 0.35μm process, the compressor uses 0.565K gates/channel occupying 0.4 mm2 for 4 channel, and consumes 535nW/channel at 2.4V for ECG sampled at 512 Hz. Small size and ultralow power consumption makes the proposed technique suitable for wearable ECG sensor application.
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