Propagation velocity measurement: Autocorrelation technique applied to the electromyogram

Abstract

Muscle fibre conduction velocity is an important measurement in electrophysiology, both in the research laboratory and in clinical practice. It is usually measured by placing electrodes spaced at known distances and estimating the transit time of the action potential. The problem, common to all methods, is the estimation of this time delay. Several… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02345151

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