Research of Individual Real-Time Monitoring System
This system combines modern power-line-communication network to Physiological parameter monitoring technology, which accords with the trend that the network is becoming the new development direction of Measurement Technology and Instrument. The system can monitor the patients continuancely for 24 hours. Just take the very small device of data collection and wireless transmission subsystem, the Patients can move freely in a certain area. While the abnormal incidences happen, the system can immediately give an alarm automatically, in order to save the valued time for patients’ first aid.
In this paper a founding method and implement of the system for personal and real-time monitoring is described, including the operation of the whole system. The tests demonstrate that the system is stable, reliable as well as high timely and accuracy.
KeywordsElectric Circuit Software Design Power Line Serial Port Connection Module
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