Noise characteristics of stainless-steel surface electrodes

@article{Godin1991NoiseCO,
  title={Noise characteristics of stainless-steel surface electrodes},
  author={Denis Godin and Professor P. A. Parker and Robert N. Scott},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={1991},
  volume={29},
  pages={585-590}
}
Bioelectric events measured with surface electrodes are subject to noise components which may be significant in comparison with low-level biological signals such as evoked neuroelectric potentials, and myoelectric potentials. In an effort to better understand noise arising from these electrodes, electrode and measurement system noise is modelled. The effect of electrode surface area on electrode impedance and noise is studied using circular stainless-steel electrodes of varying diameters. The… CONTINUE READING
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