ECG noise cancellation using digital filters
Reynolds, Karen Jane
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society (IEEE Publishing)
A digital filter structure is proposed to maximally remove noise from the ECG signals. This structure is based on cascading a zero-phase bandpass, an adaptive filter, and multi-band-pass filter. It provides an efficient method for removing noise from the ECG signals. This filter structure has low implementation complexity and introduces little noise into a typical ECG. It can be applied to real-time applications particularly automatic cardiac arrhythmia classifiers.
Electrocardiography, Adaptive filters, Signal processing, Noise
Gholam-Hosseini, H., Nazeran, H. and Reynolds, K.J. 1998. ECG noise cancellation using digital filters. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Bioelectromagnetism, 151-152.