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126 – Wireless Remote Monitoring – TEL100C-RF

The TEL100C-RF remote monitoring system can monitor a wide range of physiological activity, including ECG, EOG, EEG, GSR, SKT, PPG, RSP, and surface EMG. Specialized signal processing of physiologic variables (like RMS filtered EMG or QRS detection) can be performed on the computer via calculation channels.

The TEL100C-RF employs a completely wireless scheme and places the recording amplifiers at some distance away from the computer (75 meters nominal to 150 meters line of sight). The TEL100C-RF replaces the CBL117 or CBL118 (used in the regular TEL100C system) with a wireless transmitter/receiver pair. The TEL100C-RF system also uses a different amplifier/remodulator (TEL100D-RF) as compared to the regular (wired) TEL100C system.

This application note is considered an addendum to Application Note #AH103, which describes the operation of the TEL100C System.

For the newest wireless physiology systems, see the BioNomadix, Mobita, and B-Alert X10 product lines.

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