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Design and Development of a Novel EOG Biopotential Amplifier

@inproceedings{Choudhury2005DesignAD,
  title={Design and Development of a Novel EOG Biopotential Amplifier},
  author={S. R. Choudhury and S. Venkataramanan and H. Nemade and J. Sahambi},
  year={2005}
}
  • S. R. Choudhury, S. Venkataramanan, +1 author J. Sahambi
  • Published 2005
  • Engineering
  • Electric potentials are generated across the Cornea and Retina of the eyes as a result of the movement of eyeballs within the conductive environment of the skull. This is referred to as the Cornea-Retinal Potential (CRP) and is the source of the Electrooculogram (EOG) signal. Since the occurrence of DC drifts and numerous artifacts along with power-line interference had made the EOG signal quite unattractive for pragmatic biomedical applications, our primary concerns were the elimination of… CONTINUE READING
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