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Techniques of Physiological Monitoring Volume II. Components

Report Number: AMRL TDR 62-98 Volume 2
Author(s): Richard Alnutt; Philip T. Weinberg; Robert E. Barbiere
Corporate Author: RCA Service Company
Date of Publication: 1963-11
Pages: 272
AD Number: AD0426816

Abstract:
This volume surveys the components used in physiological monitoring systems, primarily those suitable for aerospace applications. Discussion includes performance characteristics and capabilities, plus some background theory, on basic components such as electrodes and transducers, signal modifiers, and graphic recording and display devices; The use of magnetic tape recorders in instrumentation is described. Wire and radio transmission equipment is discussed, plus various schemes of modulation and multi plexing. The capabilities of digital and analog computers and other data processing equipment are described, and the analysis of physiological data with such equipment is briefly discussed.

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