RELIABLE WIRELESS SENSOR PROTOCOL BASED HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM
MUNTHER NAIF THIYAB *
College of Engineering, University of Anbar, Anbar, Iraq.
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The patient monitoring during normal activity is getting more and more significant as a standard method to prevent craniology process for detection of transient ischemia period, cardiac arrhythmias as well as silent myocardium ischemic. In this article, we mainly focus on the structure and the composition of a wireless (600 m) synchronization Arrhythmias invigilator as well as a alarming device for patients. To realize the corresponding functions, a Wireless Transducer Protocol (WTP) based on Time Divisibility Double (TDD) is what we require, the implemented system is totally composed of four main nodes including the Core (dominant) node which is a personal computer-based Graphic user system. It works at an stable frequency of 915MHz. The passive node is a digital signal processor-based board connected with the patients which could receive two channels of full-spectrum ECG signal at the same time, and uploads processed data at a specific period to the core node. The MPC8260 communications and the computer is composed of the dominant node designed to receive data, decompress, and analyze the latest data baggage. The SRWF-501F915 completed node realize the data communication.
Keywords: Arrhythmias, data acquisition, wireless monitoring.