3 lead ECG

I am planning to build a wireless ECG sensor. This is my first attempt to do anything of this sort. I was wondering if i should go AC-coupled AFE or DC-coupled AFE? Which one would be easier?

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  • Thank you very much Roberto, that helped!

    For digital part I will require MCU and RF transceiver (for wirless transmission). I have been going through different ICs and found out that System on Chips like ADF7242 and CC2530(Texas Instrument) provide both RF transceiver and MCU on a single chip. So I wanted to know if analog device's chip (AD1000 or AD8232) are compatible with TI CC2530 chip? Secondly, since these SOCs (ADF7242 and CC2530) have MCU embedded I would not require an additional microcontroller (like ADuC7022), would I?

    Regards,

    Win Naing

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  • Thank you very much Roberto, that helped!

    For digital part I will require MCU and RF transceiver (for wirless transmission). I have been going through different ICs and found out that System on Chips like ADF7242 and CC2530(Texas Instrument) provide both RF transceiver and MCU on a single chip. So I wanted to know if analog device's chip (AD1000 or AD8232) are compatible with TI CC2530 chip? Secondly, since these SOCs (ADF7242 and CC2530) have MCU embedded I would not require an additional microcontroller (like ADuC7022), would I?

    Regards,

    Win Naing

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