Compensating for Respiratory Artifacts in Blood Pressure Waveforms


Cardiac catheterization has for a long time been a valuable way to evaluate the hemodynamics of a patient. One of the benefits is that the entire blood pressure waveform can be recorded and visualized to the cardiologist. These measurements are Continue reading

Use Sna Instead of Vna to Characterize Indoor Channel: Implementing and Rms Theory

In this report we focus on the use of an economical way on how Scalar Network Analyzer (SNA) works instead of Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) to estimate the phase angle of signals in indoor channel. This is detailed in RMS delay theory and Continue reading