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A 2.4GHz Non-Contact Biosensor System for Continuous Monitoring of Vital-Signs

By Donald Lie, Ravi Ichapurapu, Suyash Jain, Jerry Lopez, Ronald Banister, Tam Nguyen and John Griswold

Submitted: October 11th 2010Reviewed: April 4th 2011Published: June 20th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/16362

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Donald Lie, Ravi Ichapurapu, Suyash Jain, Jerry Lopez, Ronald Banister, Tam Nguyen and John Griswold (June 20th 2011). A 2.4GHz Non-Contact Biosensor System for Continuous Monitoring of Vital-Signs, Telemedicine Techniques and Applications, Georgi Graschew and Stefan Rakowsky, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/16362. Available from:

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