IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering

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Performance Evaluation of a Wearable Tattoo Electrode Suitable for High-Resolution Surface Electromyogram Recording
Commercial high-density surface electromyography (HDsEMG) electrodes have limited spatial fidelity, and require electrode paste. As a result, the recorded signals have limited sharpness, inadequate spatial density, and are prone to movement artifacts during muscle contraction. We here demonstrate a novel TATTOO electrode, a dry HDsEMG electrode with a programmable layout. The tattoo electrode is built on stretchable electronics and offers superior skin conformity that can guarantee recording of high-quality HDsEMG signal. We routinely record a larger signal amplitude with higher signal power and occupied bandwidth compared to commercial electrodes. This will potentially enable high-quality recording in clinical applications... Read more
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Adaptive Electrode Calibration Method based on Muscle Core Activation Regions and Its Application in Myoelectric Pattern Recognition
To reduce the bad effect of electrode shifts on myoelectric pattern recognition, this paper presents an adaptive electrode calibration method based on core activation regions of muscles... Read more