fbsepe at leeds.ac.uk
Thu Feb 16 05:45:52 PST 2012
To whom it may concern:
I am a biologists who is entering the world of matlab and I am having
great difficulties with it. I am writing to you in order to get some
constructive help and guidance.
Firstly, let me explain to you what I do. I record non-invasively from
pregnant women's abdomen. I obtain a signal recording which is sampled
at 900Hz. This recording contains at every time point a considerable
amount of all three traces (maternal ECG, feotal ECG and maternal
EHG). I need to be able to separate them from each other and obtain
one file for each of them. I know that maternal ECG QRS amplitude is
at 150microvolts and the foetal ECG QRS amplitude is at 30 microvolts.
Is there any way of performing the above separation?
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