Block diagram of the developed system. IA instrumentation amplifier, LPF low-pass filter, HPF high-pass filter, MUX multiplexer, and PC personal computer
The transient signals were used to detect the subject’s movement in
the bed (Figs. 2 , 3 ). .
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