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prabhakar_deosthali
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re: Techniques for accurate ECG signal processing
prabhakar_deosthali   2/16/2011 5:54:46 PM
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can the Cypress engineers point out the advantages of using the PSoC over the established dedicated chip solutions from TI/ADI. Nonetheless the article is very informative

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FHampshire   2/16/2011 4:46:11 PM
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Thank you very much. Would you please make this a PDF? Cypress Semiconductor has some very interesting products.

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GREATTerry   2/15/2011 4:04:09 PM
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ECG is a quite mature product from TI or ADI and I think the trend is further reduce the cost and complexity or even lower power. Going SoC device may only be good for academic purpose rather than putting anything innovative. Anyway this article is good for new comer.

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Kinnar   2/15/2011 8:10:21 AM
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Thats quite true that readily available solutions are there but for academic purpose PSoC is a growing technology and it always helps this kind of article to make use of growing technology for some unseen betterment.

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eewiz   2/15/2011 4:48:58 AM
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There are single chip dedicated ECG devices from TI/ADI which does most of the stuff mentioned above at lower power than a uC. So why should one bother about using a generic cypress PSoC device?

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goafrit   2/15/2011 12:42:36 AM
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Very informative paper. Can you make this available in PDF. A good paper.

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