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1st review

  1. 1. A Low-Power Wearable Physiological Parameters Monitoring SystemPresented By : Under the Guidance of : G.Vinod Kumar J.Rajanikanth Student,M.Tech Associate Professor Embedded Systems Dept. Of ECE SIETK,Puttur. SIETK,Puttur Siddartha Institute of Engineering and Technology Puttur
  2. 2. OBJECTIVE:• The main aim of the application is to read the EKG signals and display on the screen.• By using Radio Frequency technology data Communication takes place.• All the components are Low power and very small in size.
  3. 3. Existing System:
  4. 4. • The figure says that A patient with heavy load of ECG cables and lead wires.• Approximately 10-20 cables are connected to the patient.• We need GELs and Electrodes to measure.• Remove hair where the electrodes are placed.• In the case of Ag/AgCl electrodes the gels and adhesive can cause skin irritation, and chest straps can be difficult to fit, uncomfortable to wear and not always reliable.
  5. 5. Proposed System:•Wear this chronus watch and go to your work.•No wire connection required, Totally WIRELESS.• No need to place ELECTRODES and GELs.•No need to remove hair.•Sensor placed on the WRIST or ARM.• No skin irritation.
  6. 6. Block Diagram: Micro PC/Mobile Sensor controller phoneEPIC CC430F6137 ECG
  7. 7. Micro Controller:• Wide Supply Voltage Range: 1.8 V to 3.6 V• 16-Bit RISC Architecture, Extended Memory, up to 20-MHz System Clock• High-Performance Sub-1-GHz RF Transceiver Core
  8. 8. Micro controller
  9. 9. Sensors:• EPIC is an acronym of Electric Potential Integrated Circuit.• Ultra high input resistance, typically 20GΩ.• Dry-contact capacitive coupling.• Input capacitance as low as 15pF.• Lower -3dB point typically 200mHz.• Upper -3dB point typically 10kHz.• Operates with bipolar power supply from 2.4V to 4.0V.• Sensors supplied in a custom package with exposed pins for surface mount assembly.
  10. 10. Fig: Block diagram of EPIC sensor
  11. 11. EPIC Sensor
  12. 12. Any Queries ?
  13. 13. ISSUES• Power Management• Selection of sensor model.,
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