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Non-Contact Detection of Breathing Using a Microwave Sensor
AbstractIn this paper the use of a continuous-wave microwave sensor as a non-contact tool for quantitative measurement of respiratory tidal volume has been evaluated by experimentation in seventeen healthy volunteers. The sensor working principle is reported and several causes that can affect its response are analyzed. A suitable data processing has been devised able to reject the majority of breath measurements taken under non suitable conditions. Furthermore, a relationship between microwave sensor measurements and volume inspired and expired at quiet breathing (tidal volume) has been found.
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Dei, D.; Grazzini, G.; Luzi, G.; Pieraccini, M.; Atzeni, C.; Boncinelli, S.; Camiciottoli, G.; Castellani, W.; Marsili, M.; Lo Dico, J. Non-Contact Detection of Breathing Using a Microwave Sensor. Sensors 2009, 9, 2574-2585.View more citation formats
Dei D, Grazzini G, Luzi G, Pieraccini M, Atzeni C, Boncinelli S, Camiciottoli G, Castellani W, Marsili M, Lo Dico J. Non-Contact Detection of Breathing Using a Microwave Sensor. Sensors. 2009; 9(4):2574-2585.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dei, Devis; Grazzini, Gilberto; Luzi, Guido; Pieraccini, Massimiliano; Atzeni, Carlo; Boncinelli, Sergio; Camiciottoli, Gianna; Castellani, Walter; Marsili, Massimo; Lo Dico, Juri. 2009. "Non-Contact Detection of Breathing Using a Microwave Sensor." Sensors 9, no. 4: 2574-2585.
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