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An Estimation Technique using FFT for Heart Rate Derived from PPG Signal

  title={An Estimation Technique using FFT for Heart Rate Derived from PPG Signal},
  author={Jayadevappa B.M and Mallikarjun S. Holi},
  journal={Global Journal of Research In Engineering},
Heart rate (HR) observation by using photoplethysmography (PPG) signals during intense physical activity is a crucial task because of the fact that PPG signals are affected by the noise due to movement artifacts by the user's hand movements. This paper addresses the discriminating assessment of a novel encapsulation for wearable PPG sensor during the severe physical activity. In this work, we plan the HR estimation issue, and utilization of proposed algorithm to find high-determination power… 

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