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Title: Review on Advanced Short-Range Multimode Continuous-Wave Radar Architectures for Healthcare Applications
Authors: Jos&x00E9;-Mar&x00ED;a Muñoz-Ferreras;Zhengyu Peng;Roberto G&x00F3;mez-Garc&x00ED;a;Changzhi Li
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Short-range radar systems are noncontact devices that are attracting much attention from the RF&x002F;microwave community. In particular, they are being applied in healthcare contexts, ranging from hospital to indoor and outdoor environments, e.g., for monitoring of vital signs and&x002F;or tracking of human activities. This article reviews the standard architectures for short-range biomedical radars and presents recently proposed hybrid schemes, which combine different operation modes, leading to performance improvement. Specifically, hybridizations associated with Doppler, frequency-modulated continuous-wave, and tone-ranging-based schemes are provided from theoretical and simulation viewpoints. Some experiments on vital-sign monitoring and human-aware localization are also reported.
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Title: Review on Advanced Short-Range Multimode Continuous-Wave Radar Architectures for Healthcare Applications
Authors: Jos&x00E9;-Mar&x00ED;a Muñoz-Ferreras;Zhengyu Peng;Roberto G&x00F3;mez-Garc&x00ED;a;Changzhi Li
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Short-range radar systems are noncontact devices that are attracting much attention from the RF&x002F;microwave community. In particular, they are being applied in healthcare contexts, ranging from hospital to indoor and outdoor environments, e.g., for monitoring of vital signs and&x002F;or tracking of human activities. This article reviews the standard architectures for short-range biomedical radars and presents recently proposed hybrid schemes, which combine different operation modes, leading to performance improvement. Specifically, hybridizations associated with Doppler, frequency-modulated continuous-wave, and tone-ranging-based schemes are provided from theoretical and simulation viewpoints. Some experiments on vital-sign monitoring and human-aware localization are also reported.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/209802
volume: 1
issue: 1
More Information: 14,
25
Appears in Collections:2017

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8000316.pdf1.52 MBAdobe PDF
Title: Review on Advanced Short-Range Multimode Continuous-Wave Radar Architectures for Healthcare Applications
Authors: Jos&x00E9;-Mar&x00ED;a Muñoz-Ferreras;Zhengyu Peng;Roberto G&x00F3;mez-Garc&x00ED;a;Changzhi Li
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Short-range radar systems are noncontact devices that are attracting much attention from the RF&x002F;microwave community. In particular, they are being applied in healthcare contexts, ranging from hospital to indoor and outdoor environments, e.g., for monitoring of vital signs and&x002F;or tracking of human activities. This article reviews the standard architectures for short-range biomedical radars and presents recently proposed hybrid schemes, which combine different operation modes, leading to performance improvement. Specifically, hybridizations associated with Doppler, frequency-modulated continuous-wave, and tone-ranging-based schemes are provided from theoretical and simulation viewpoints. Some experiments on vital-sign monitoring and human-aware localization are also reported.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/209802
volume: 1
issue: 1
More Information: 14,
25
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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8000316.pdf1.52 MBAdobe PDF