Sleep diagnostics

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Sleep diagnostics

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs for sleep diagnostics are complete with schematics, test data and design files to help you create innovative solutions.

Design requirements:

Modern sleep diagnostic designs require:

  • Efficient power management solutions to provide longer battery life and high efficiency.
  • Use our analog front ends (AFEs) for ECG,EEG,SPO2 and temperature for accurately monitoring human bio signs.
  • Digital signal processors (DSPs) for advanced filtering and high performance noise rejection algorithms to get superior data quality.
  • Data transmission to remote computer easily though wireless and wired means.

TI products may not be used in life-critical medical equipment unless authorized officers of the parties have executed a special contract specifically governing such use. See our Terms of Sale for additional information.

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Technical articles Ultra low-power Wireless Sensor Networks for monitoring the health of your home, building, or factory 27 Jan 2012
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Technical articles New developments in ADAS Systems 17 Apr 2014
Application note Analog Front-End Design for ECG Systems Using Delta-Sigma ADCs (Rev. A) 12 Apr 2010
Technical articles Tripping Point: Simplifying circuit breaker design using delta-sigma ADCs 10 Aug 2016
Application note A Single-Chip Pulsoximeter Design Using the MSP430 (Rev. B) 05 Apr 2019
Application note A Single-Chip Pulsoximeter Design Using the MSP430 (Rev. B) 05 Apr 2019
Application note How to Design an SpO2 and OHRM System Using AFE4403 03 Mar 2015

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