Wireless Surface Electromyography Probes With Four High-Speed Channels

@article{Imperatori2013WirelessSE,
  title={Wireless Surface Electromyography Probes With Four High-Speed Channels},
  author={Giona Imperatori and Paolo Cunzolo and Dragan Cvetkov and Diego Barrettino},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={2954-2961}
}
This paper presents two wireless surface electromyography (sEMG) probes with four high-speed channels each. Compared to the portable sEMG probes available in the market, the presented wireless sEMG probes have: (a) higher transmission speeds, allowing higher sampling frequencies; (b) a higher number of sensing channels; and (c) a wide range of programmable gains, thus allowing the measurement of very weak sEMG signals down to 20 nV. Experimental results obtained from recording sEMG signals from… CONTINUE READING
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