Textile electrode characterization: Dependencies in the skin-clothing-electrode interface
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Given the advances in the technology known as smart textiles, the use of textile electrodes is more and more common. However this kind of electrodes presents some differences regarding the standard ones as the Ag-AgCl electrodes. Therefore to characterize them as best as possible is required. In order to make the characterization reproducible and repetitive, a skin dummy made of agar-agar and a standardized measurement set-up is used in this article. Thus, some dependencies in the skin-electrode interface are described. These dependencies are related to the surface of the textile electrode, the conductive material and the applied pressure. Furthermore, the dependencies on clothing in the skin-textile electrode interface are also analyzed. Thus, based on some parameters such as textile material, width and number of layers, the behavior of the interface made up by the skin, the textile electrode and clothing is depicted.
CitationMacias, R.; Fernandez, M.; Bragos, R. Textile electrode characterization: Dependencies in the skin-clothing-electrode interface. A: International Conference on Electrical Bio-impedance. "Journal of Physics: Conference Series". Heiligenstadt: IOPScience, 2013, p. 012024-1-012024-4.
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