Monitoring Vital Signs and Postures During Sleep Using WiFi Signals

@article{Liu2018MonitoringVS,
  title={Monitoring Vital Signs and Postures During Sleep Using WiFi Signals},
  author={Jian Liu and Yingying Chen and Yan Wang and Xu Chen and Jerry Q. Cheng and Jie Yang},
  journal={IEEE Internet of Things Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={5},
  pages={2071-2084}
}
Tracking human sleeping postures and vital signs of breathing and heart rates during sleep is important as it can help to assess the general physical health of a person and provide useful clues for diagnosing possible diseases. Traditional approaches (e.g., polysomnography) are limited to clinic usage. Recent radio frequency-based approaches require specialized devices or dedicated wireless sensors and are only able to track breathing rate. In this paper, we propose to track the vital signs of… CONTINUE READING

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