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ILKKA HOKAJÄRVI ELECTRODE CONTACT IMPEDANCE AND BIOPOTENTIAL SIGNAL QUALITY

@inproceedings{Hyttinen2012ILKKAHE,
  title={ILKKA HOKAJÄRVI ELECTRODE CONTACT IMPEDANCE AND BIOPOTENTIAL SIGNAL QUALITY},
  author={J. Hyttinen},
  year={2012}
}
TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Master’s Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering ILKKA HOKAJÄRVI: Electrode Contact Impedance and Biopotential Signal Quality Master of Science Thesis, 66 pages, 3 Appendix pages September 2012 Major: Biomedical Engineering Examiner: Professor Jari Hyttinen 
Implant Communication Using Intrabody Communication (IBC) Mechanisms
TLDR
An alternative implant communication technique using intrabody communication (IBC) mechanisms, specifically galvanically coupled IBC (gc-IBC), which utilises the human tissue as a volume conductor for data communications is investigated. Expand

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