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THROUGH THE WALL RESPIRATION RATE DETECTION OF MULTIPLE HUMAN SUBJECTS USING HILBERT VIBRATIONAL DECOMPOSITION

By Harikesh, A. Basu, M. P. Abegaonkar, and S. K. Koul

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Abstract:
In this paper, the detection of through the wall multiple human subjects is proposed using the Doppler radar with the help of Hilbert vibrational decomposition (HVD). The proposed Doppler radar can detect the multiple human subjects behind the wall by respiration rate estimation of human subjects. With different breathing conditions resembling to the real life scenario, the respiration signals of human subjects are extracted. The algorithm works in every real life situation to detect the respiration rate of human subjects and finds application in the earthquakes, building collapses and security applications.

Citation:
Harikesh, A. Basu, M. P. Abegaonkar, and S. K. Koul, "Through the Wall Respiration Rate Detection of Multiple Human Subjects Using Hilbert Vibrational Decomposition," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 80, 83-91, 2019.
doi:10.2528/PIERM19020103

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