Muscle Fatigue Monitor (MFM): Second Generation

@article{Gilmore1985MuscleFM,
  title={Muscle Fatigue Monitor (MFM): Second Generation},
  author={L. Donald Gilmore and Carlo J. De Luca},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1985},
  volume={BME-32},
  pages={75-78}
}
As a muscular contraction is sustained, the spectrum of the myoelectric signal is shifted toward the lower frequencies. This spectral shift is associated with localized muscular fatigue. This communication describes a computer-assisted device, the Muscle Fatigue Monitor, that performs a quantitative assessment of localized muscular fatigue by tracking changes in the median frequency parameter of the myoelectric signal's spectrum.