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Title: Reserching of Building Electrocardiogram Measuring System Based on Virtual Instrument
Authors: Yao, Kai-chao;Shiu, Yu-wei;Tsai, Fu-chiuan;Tseng, Rung-hung
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Keywords: LabVIEW;Virtual instrumant;Electrocardiogram;RS232 serial port
Date: 2008-06
Issue Date: 2012-08-07T01:11:19Z
Publisher: 國立彰化師範大學
Abstract: In this research, a mainly purpose of reaching electrocardiogram measurement by integration of designed virtual instrument based on LabVIEW and hardware circuits is described. By acquiring signal from external hardware circuit and transferring it into digital data via A/D transistor then transmitting signal though RS232 to PC, virtual instrument operates those signals and plots them in real-time on the human-mechanic interface, which user can adjust, save, load, even print experiment results. The development of this research includes four phases: (1) designing of human-mechanic interface of virtual instrument. (2) configuring and planing of RS232 serial port. (3) signal processing and transferring. (4) signal operating, finally archives the aim of display, adjusting waveforms, evaluating heart beat per minute(BPM). From theory to construct measurement system in practice, this research not only shows the multiple functions, but also demonstrates the programmable of virtual instrument, and which proceed the measurement test of the designed PC-based virtual electrocardiogram instrument to show the capabilities.
Relation: Journal of Industrial Education and Technology, 34: 126-141
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