Wireless Surface Electromyography Sensor Network Based on Rapid Prototyping Equipments
Abstract:Traditional remote control systems require designers to use the serial interface or the bus as tools to monitor equipments and to operate the systems by hand. These ways lead to complicated circuit connection and only adapt to persons who have grip activity. It is therefore imperative to have good methods to explore a more suitable design choice, which can avoid the problems mentioned above as more as possible. This paper presents a TD-SCDMA surface electromyography sensor network based on rapid prototyping equipments. It also provides high-level modelling, programming methods and running results for this wireless sensor network in terms of software and hardware. More specifically, this sensor network takes advantage of wireless sensor network, biosignal pattern recognition and advanced manufacturing technology. Wireless communication and monitor are accomplished between the network monitor centre and a number of the monitored equipments by use of surface electromyography sensor circuit and Winsock monitor sensors in TD-SCDMA network successfully, including roller, axis, and camera movements. This sensor network also can manage the historical data by using database. Furthermore, it has such advantages as network wireless, low cost, strong interaction and expansibility, easy to maintain and promote.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2011
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