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Title: A FPGA system for QRS complex detection based on Integer Wavelet Transform
Authors: Stojanović R.
Karadaglic D.
Mirković M.
Milošević, Danijela
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: Due to complexity of their mathematical computation, many QRS detectors are implemented in software and cannot operate in real time. The paper presents a real-time hardware based solution for this task. To filter ECG signal and to extract QRS complex it employs the Integer Wavelet Transform. The system includes several components and is incorporated in a single FPGA chip what makes it suitable for direct embedding in medical instruments or wearable health care devices. It has sufficient accuracy (about 95%), showing remarkable noise immunity and low cost. Additionally, each system component is composed of several identical blocks/cells what makes the design highly generic. The capacity of today existing FPGAs allows even dozens of detectors to be placed in a single chip. After the theoretical introduction of wavelets and the review of their application in QRS detection, it will be shown how some basic wavelets can be optimized for easy hardware implementation. For this purpose the migration to the integer arithmetic and additional simplifications in calculations has to be done. Further, the system architecture will be presented with the demonstrations in both, software simulation and real testing. At the end, the working performances and preliminary results will be outlined and discussed. The same principle can be applied with other signals where the hardware implementation of wavelet transform can be of benefit.
URI: https://scidar.kg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/9701
Type: article
DOI: 10.2478/v10048-011-0024-z
ISSN: 1335-8871
SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-80053334653
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Technical Sciences, Čačak

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