The use of a ‘phantom scalp’ to assess the possible direct pickup of mobile phone handset emissions by electroencephalogram electrode leads

@article{Wood2003TheUO,
  title={The use of a ‘phantom scalp’ to assess the possible direct pickup of mobile phone handset emissions by electroencephalogram electrode leads},
  author={Andrew W. Wood and Denise L. Hamblin and Rodney J. Croft},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={2003},
  volume={41},
  pages={470-472}
}
A ‘Phantom Scalp’ was constructed from a conducting foam mat to form a layer under a 62-electrode electroencephalogram cap closely approximating the electrical properties of a human scalp. The mat was placed over a polystyrene manikin head to preserve a correct anatomical arrangement. Electrical signals were recorded with a Global System for Mobile (GSM) communications mobile phone handset in place against the side of the ‘head’. Amplitude spectra were compared for three phone conditions: ‘off… CONTINUE READING
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