Takahide Fujii

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In the dynamic spectrum access (DSA) type of cognitive radios, secondary users need to detect the signals from the primary system prior to communicating in the sharing band. Hence, spectrum sensing is an important function for DSA. Key requirements for spectrum sensing in realistic radio environments are stable performance in detecting the primary signals(More)
This paper describes a robust method of Instantaneous Heart Rate (IHR) and R-peak detection from noisy electrocardiogram (ECG) signals. Generally, the IHR is calculated from the R-wave interval. Then, the R-waves are extracted from the ECG using a threshold. However, in wearable bio-signal monitoring systems, noise increases the incidence of misdetection(More)
This paper presents a low-power wearable biosignal monitoring system. The proposed system can communicate with smartphones using Near Field Communication (NFC) to check vital signs easily at any time. It comprises a battery, electrodes, a triaxial accelerometer IC, an NFC tag IC, and a biosignal processor LSI. The proposed biosignal processor LSI,(More)
This paper describes a robust method for heart beat detection from noisy electrocardiogram (ECG) signals. Generally, the QRS-complex of heart beat is extracted from the ECG using a threshold. However, in a noisy condition such a mobile and wearable bio-signal monitoring system, noise increases the incidence of misdetection and false detection of(More)
To prevent lifestyle diseases, wearable bio-signal monitoring systems for daily life monitoring have attracted attention. Wearable systems have strict size and weight constraints, which impose significant limitations of the battery capacity and the signal-to-noise ratio of bio-signals. The novelty of this work is the hardware implementation of a(More)
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