SuperUROP project titled: Low Energy Radio for Vital Signs Transmission from the Ear to a Smart-phon

MIT EECS - Analog Devices Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Lyne Tchapmi Petse presented her SuperUROP project titled "Low Energy Radio for Vital Signs TRansmission from the Ear to a Smrt-phone" at the Dec. 6, 2012, SuperUROP poster session at the MIT Grier Room, 34-401.  Ms. Tchapmi Petse's advisor is EECS professor Charles Sodini.


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In a normal diet, fluid is gained via food as well as in drinks. The amount of water in various foods is shown in Table 6. As well as plain water, most drinks, such as tea, coffee, juices and milk drinks, hydrate the body, but alcoholic drinks may not. Alcohol is a diuretic, a substance that increases the output of urine by
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