Wi-Fi Based Passive Human Motion Sensing for In-Home Healthcare Applications

13 Apr 2022  ·  Bo Tan, Alison Burrows, Robert Piechocki, Ian Craddock, Karl Woodbridge, Kevin Chetty ·

This paper introduces a Wi-Fi signal based passive wireless sensing system that has the capability to detect diverse indoor human movements, from whole body motions to limb movements and including breathing movements of the chest. The real time signal processing used for human body motion sensing and software defined radio demo system are described and verified in practical experiments scenarios, which include detection of through-wall human body movement, hand gesture or tremor, and even respiration. The experiment results offer potential for promising healthcare applications using Wi-Fi passive sensing in the home to monitor daily activities, to gather health data and detect emergency situations.

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