Use of Radiolocation for Non-contact Estimation of Patterns of Respiration and Motion Activity in Sleeping Humans
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Bioradiolocation was used to test respiratory disorders in sleeping humans. Specifications of a bioradiolocator for non-contact monitoring of motion in sleeping humans during long-term isolation are described. An algorithm for isolation of motion activity from the signal detected by the bioradiolocator is suggested. The results of the processing of bioradiolocation data obtained by the international research program MARS-500 (simulation of international space flight to Mars) are discussed.
KeywordsRespiration Locomotor Activity Sleep Duration Motion Activity Space Flight
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