Non-invasive respiratory movement detection and monitoring of hidden humans using ultra wideband pulse radar

@article{Ossberger2004NoninvasiveRM,
  title={Non-invasive respiratory movement detection and monitoring of hidden humans using ultra wideband pulse radar},
  author={G. Ossberger and Thomas Buchegger and Erwin Schimback and Andreas Stelzer and Robert Weigel},
  journal={2004 International Workshop on Ultra Wideband Systems Joint with Conference on Ultra Wideband Systems and Technologies. Joint UWBST & IWUWBS 2004 (IEEE Cat. No.04EX812)},
  year={2004},
  pages={395-399}
}
  • G. Ossberger, Thomas Buchegger, +2 authors Robert Weigel
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    2004
  • Engineering
  • In this paper a novel method for vital parameter detection using an ultra wideband (UWB) pulse radar is presented. By using sub-nanosecond pulses the displacement of a human chest due to respiratory movement can be detected very accurately. Because of the very broadband behavior of the transmit signal the presented system is also capable of penetrating materials like walls. For signal processing we use the continuous wavelet transform (CWT) with a special background subtraction method. This… CONTINUE READING

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