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ICs facilitate design of full-featured, low-power heart rate monitor (HRM)

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re: ICs facilitate design of full-featured, low-power heart rate monitor (HRM)
agk   3/26/2012 10:11:17 AM
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A good design with about 0.66 ma or 660 micro amps power consumption and can be easily marketed.The analog front end details are given by the author and the link to the micro converters are not available.

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