Low Frequency Noise Remove from EEG Signal release_5xotmwjf45gwtnglvnqafv75ji

Published in International journal of recent technology and engineering by Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Engineering and Sciences Publication - BEIESP.

p1510-1513 (2020)


The electrical activity of the brain recorded by EEG which used to detect different types of diseases and disorders of the human brain. There is contained a large amount of random noise present during EEG recording, such as artifacts and baseline changes. These noises affect the low -frequency range of the EEG signal. These artifacts hiding some valuable information during analyzing of the EEG signal. In this paper we used the FIR filter for removing low -frequency noise(<1Hz) from the EEG signal. The performance is measured by calculating the SNR and the RMSE. We obtained RMSE average value from the test is 0.08 and the SNR value at frequency(<1Hz) is 0.0190.
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