alexa Detection of β-Thalassemia

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Detection of β-Thalassemia

Very low frequency filters has wide range of applications in biomedical signal processing. The bandwidth of Electroencephalogram (EEG), for example, refers to the monitored signal due to the brain activities and Electrocardiogram (ECG) which is a test for the electrical activities that being recorded due to the heart beat’s, is 0.1-30 Hz and 0.01-100 Hz, respectively. The amplitude and frequency ranges of some physiological signals are depicted in Figure 1. view more

 
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