ECG monitoring via Capacitive Body Coupled Communications

@article{Matias2014ECGMV,
  title={ECG monitoring via Capacitive Body Coupled Communications},
  author={Ricardo Matias and Bernardo Cunha and Alexandre Manuel Mota and Rui Escadas Martins},
  journal={2014 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-6}
}
Personal Area Networks (PANs) used around the Human Body, often called Body Area Networks (BANs), are being developed in order to provide reliable communication services between personal devices, gadgets and sensors. Capacitive Body Coupled Communications (BCC) are promising to overcome existing problems of available commercial solutions (like Zigbee and Bluetooth), as they intrinsically have low power consumption and produce almost no interference. As BCC use near field Capacitive Coupling… CONTINUE READING

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