AMBULATORY MONITORING INSTRUMENT USING SHORT-RANGE BIOTELEMETRY TECHNIQUE.

Takayuki Sato, A. Kawarada, Masahiro Shibata, K. Yamakoshi, A. Kamiya, H. Shimazu

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Abstract

Ambulatory measurement of physiological data using a short-range biotelemetry technique is described. The system consists of a wireless sensor unit for e. c. g. and body temperature including a short-range (within 5 m) commercial FM transmitter; a portable recording unit including a receiver; and a data processing and analyzing. unit utilizing a microcomputer system, the former two units being taken with a subject. The recording unit is divided into two ports; one is for storing e. c. g. R-R interval or A/D-converted body temperature by use of a semiconductor CMOS memory IC(8 kb multiplied by 12), and the other for recording an analog ECG signal or body temperature by a cassette data-recorder. This instrument was sucessfully applied to subjects during outdoor sports such as jogging and running and normal daily activity and work.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJapanese Journal of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering
PublisherJapan Soc of Medical Electronics & Biological Engineering
Pages564-565
Number of pages2
Volume22
Publication statusPublished - 1984 Apr
Externally publishedYes

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Biotelemetry
Monitoring
Sports
Electrocardiography
Microcomputers
Temperature
Transmitters
Semiconductor materials
Data storage equipment
Sensors

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Sato, T., Kawarada, A., Shibata, M., Yamakoshi, K., Kamiya, A., & Shimazu, H. (1984). AMBULATORY MONITORING INSTRUMENT USING SHORT-RANGE BIOTELEMETRY TECHNIQUE. In Japanese Journal of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering (Vol. 22, pp. 564-565). Japan Soc of Medical Electronics & Biological Engineering.

AMBULATORY MONITORING INSTRUMENT USING SHORT-RANGE BIOTELEMETRY TECHNIQUE. / Sato, Takayuki; Kawarada, A.; Shibata, Masahiro; Yamakoshi, K.; Kamiya, A.; Shimazu, H.

Japanese Journal of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering. Vol. 22 Japan Soc of Medical Electronics & Biological Engineering, 1984. p. 564-565.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Sato, T, Kawarada, A, Shibata, M, Yamakoshi, K, Kamiya, A & Shimazu, H 1984, AMBULATORY MONITORING INSTRUMENT USING SHORT-RANGE BIOTELEMETRY TECHNIQUE. in Japanese Journal of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering. vol. 22, Japan Soc of Medical Electronics & Biological Engineering, pp. 564-565.
Sato T, Kawarada A, Shibata M, Yamakoshi K, Kamiya A, Shimazu H. AMBULATORY MONITORING INSTRUMENT USING SHORT-RANGE BIOTELEMETRY TECHNIQUE. In Japanese Journal of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering. Vol. 22. Japan Soc of Medical Electronics & Biological Engineering. 1984. p. 564-565
Sato, Takayuki ; Kawarada, A. ; Shibata, Masahiro ; Yamakoshi, K. ; Kamiya, A. ; Shimazu, H. / AMBULATORY MONITORING INSTRUMENT USING SHORT-RANGE BIOTELEMETRY TECHNIQUE. Japanese Journal of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering. Vol. 22 Japan Soc of Medical Electronics & Biological Engineering, 1984. pp. 564-565
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