A multi-electrode biomimetic electrolocation sensor

@inproceedings{Mayekar2012AMB,
  title={A multi-electrode biomimetic electrolocation sensor},
  author={K. Mayekar and D. Damalla and M. Gottwald and H. Bousack and G. von der Emde},
  booktitle={Smart Structures and Materials + Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring},
  year={2012}
}
We present the concept of an active multi-electrode catheter inspired by the electroreceptive system of the weakly electric fish, Gnathonemus petersii. The skin of this fish exhibits numerous electroreceptor organs which are capable of sensing a self induced electrical field. Our sensor is composed of a sending electrode and sixteen receiving electrodes. The electrical field produced by the sending electrode was measured by the receiving electrodes and objects were detected by the perturbation… Expand
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