Interface Development for the Point-of-care device based on SOPC

Hong Bum Son, Sung Gun Song, Jae Wook Jung, Chang Su Lee and Seong Mo Park
Volume: 3, No: 1, Page: 16 ~ 20, Year: 2007

Keywords: Point-Of-Care, System-On-a-Programmable-Chip, Interface, Driver, Linux, ?C/OS-II
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Abstract
This paper describes the development of the sensor interface and driver program for a point of care (POC) device. The proposed POC device comprises an ARM9 embedded processor and eightchannel sensor input to measure various bio-signals. It features a user-friendly interface using a fullcolor TFT-LCD and touch-screen, and a bluetooth wireless communication module. The proposed device is based on the system on a programmable chip (SOPC). We use Altera¡¯s Excalibur device, which has an ARM9 and FPGA area on a chip, as a test bed for the development of interface hardware and driver software.

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IEEE Style
H. B. Son, S. G. Song, J. W. Jung, C. S. Lee and S. M. Park, "Interface Development for the Point-of-care device based on SOPC," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 16~20, 2007. DOI: .

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Hong Bum Son, Sung Gun Song, Jae Wook Jung, Chang Su Lee, and Seong Mo Park. 2007. Interface Development for the Point-of-care device based on SOPC, Journal of Information Processing Systems, 3, 1, (2007), 16~20. DOI: .