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DSP BASED WIRELESS ECG MONITORING

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ECG (Electrocardiogram gram) Monitoring is a very important parameter for heart patient. It will give a complete waveform on screen for diagnosis. For a heart patient, he may have valve problem, blood vessels block, or hole in the heart. Only way to identify all the above problems is to monitor ECG parameter. Particularly for a heart patient, he must be very careful in diet, work, etc., if suppose some time he may get wrong diet or extra work, he has to check his ECG, for checking ECG he has to go to the hospital and after getting ECG signal he can have the doctor’s advice. For a busy person it may not possible to go to the hospital for check up in time. He can monitor the ECG wave form from the home or office and he can transfer the waveform to the hospital through air, and also he can have advice from the doctor. This is the particular part which we are going to concentrate in this project. This project may not only useful to communicate between the patients to the doctor.

ROBOTIC ARM USING FPGA KIT

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This    project is designed for operating a Robotic arm using VLSI technique.           The VLSI program is written in Very Log language.   The VLSI program includes program for key pad operation, Input and output ports.   This program is simulated and compiled in Model Sim software and converted to Hex code.   This Hex code is written in the FPGA kit.             The VLSI design has been implemented in the FPGA kit.      The main modules in this project are FPGA kit, Driver unit and Robotic arm.   The output of the FPGA kit is given to the driver section.   The driver section consists of driver transistors to drive the robotic motors.   The Robotic arm consists of DC gear motors for horizontal and vertical movement of the robotic arm.             When the Hardware is connected with the FPGA kit, the user can set the values for the robotic arm through the key pad.   According to the input signals from the key pad, the FPGA kit sends signals through the O/P port.   The robot