In this paper, the electrical characterization of two different fabric structures
elaborated with conductive yarns and several pick densities are investigated in order
to evaluate their electrical properties as conductive media of digital electrical signals.
The real and imaginary impedance and the signal integrity have been measured for
each e-textile. The results show that the impedance depends on the fabric structures
and pick density. The eye diagram measurements experimentally demonstrate the
functionality of these fabrics to transmit digital electric signals to communicate
sensors with microcontrollers in wearable applications.
CitationFernandez-Garcia, R., Gil, I., Cano, F. Experimental evaluation of electrical properties of fabrics elaborated with conductive yarns. "Journal of electromagnetic waves and applications", 14 Desembre 2015, p. 272-279.
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