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Radar-Based Detection of Respiration Rate with Adaptive Harmonic Quefrency Selection

 JeeEun Lee  ;  Sun K Yoo 
 SENSORS, Vol.20(6) : 1607, 2020-03 
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Continuous respiration monitoring is important for predicting a potential disease. Due to respiration measurements using contact sensors, it is difficult to achieve continuous measurement because the sensors are inconvenient to attach. In this study, a radar sensor was used for non-contact respiration measurements. The radar sensor had a high precision and could even be used in the dark. It could also be used continuously regardless of time and place. The radar sensor relied on the periodicity of respiration to detect the respiration rate. A respiration adaptive interval was set and the respiration rate was detected through harmonic quefrency selection. As a result, it was confirmed that there was no difference between the respiratory rate measured using a respiration belt and the respiratory rate detected using a radar sensor. Furthermore, case studies on changes in the radar position and about measurement for long periods confirmed that the radar sensor could detect respiration rate continuously regardless of the position and measurement duration.
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Yoo, Sun Kook(유선국) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6032-4686
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