I have stuck with my homework about ECG monitor that I want to calculate the Heart rate from real time ECG signal.Can anyone help?please.thank you.
Can anyone help?
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What hardware are you using? What are you reading from that hardware? What have you tried?
The homework hotline is down the road a ways. A LONG ways.
ECG wave forms are broken down into 3 major segments. The P wave, the QRS complex, and the T wave.
All you care about is the top of the R wave (assuming a sinus rhythm, myocardial infarctions and other dysrhythmias can make your highest peak a non R wave).
Find the time between the R peaks (RR interval), and bingo.
Most people who deal with cardiology have a little ruler that measures the distance between peaks, and that tells them the heart rate, since EKG/ECG printouts use a standardized grid usually.
There's your theory, applying it is up to you.