Low-cost Active Electrode Improves the Resolution in Biopotential Recordings

@inproceedings{MettingVanRijn2004LowcostAE,
  title={Low-cost Active Electrode Improves the Resolution in Biopotential Recordings},
  author={Alexander C. MettingVanRijn and Anthony and Kuiper and Taco E. Dankers and Cees and Grimbergen},
  year={2004}
}
The accepte'd models of the origin of interference in body surface potential recordings predict that it would be advantageous to perform signal amplification on the electrode. A suitable circuit for a miniature biopotential amplifier to be manufactured in thick-film technology is described. A prototype series of active electrodes was produced and tested. The high immunity to interference resulted in ECG and EEG recordings of a very high quality. 
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