Wearable Respiratory Monitoring System Based On Resonant Microphone Array

USC researchers have developed a novel array-based respiratory monitoring system, which realizes continuous acoustic signature recognition and classification using a low-power and noise-robust method. This invention has wide-ranging applicability to low-power and self-powered wireless sensing and detection systems, such as wearable, wirelessly-connected, always-on lung-sound trackers that are as effective as evaluation by a trained clinician. Nikolaus Traitler traitler@usc.edu (213) 821-3550

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