Design of CMOS Circuit 45mm Technology for Detection of ECG Signal

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Gloria Jeanette Rincon Aponte

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This study ensures that the electrocardiogram (ECG) signals and arythmias are tracked and controlled analogically at the forefront. In line with ECG signal collection schemes, AFE uses methods for medium to minimal architecture and heavy voltage rise to minimize power consumption as well as lower input noise requirements. The AFE has been constructed by a three variable AC-presenting a wide spectrum of biofunctions. AFE is being implemented via 130 nm CMOS and has a mid-tunable increase of between 31 and 52 dB with tunable low-pass frequencies and frequencies of high-pass portion. The electricity at 68 nW consumes just 0,5 V of the input impedance for feedback-reference noise of about 2,8 ╬╝Vrms, as well as a power output factor (POF). The 68nW AFE low noise was also combined with an ECG bio signals physiological control system. The ECG data from the AFE was tested by monitoring techniques for heart rate detection.

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Rincon Aponte, G. J. . (2020). Design of CMOS Circuit 45mm Technology for Detection of ECG Signal . Helix - The Scientific Explorer | Peer Reviewed Bimonthly International Journal, 10(6), 26-33. Retrieved from https://helixscientific.pub/index.php/home/article/view/349
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