A novel approach to surface electromyography: An exploratory study of electrode-pair selection based on signal characteristics
A 3×4 electrode array was placed over each of seven muscles and surface electromyography (sEMG) data were collected during isometric contractions. For each array, nine bipolar electrode pairs were formed off-line and sEMG parameters were calculated and evaluated based on repeatability across trials and comparison to an anatomically placed electrode pair. The use of time-domain parameters for the selection of an electrode pair from within a grid-like array may improve upon existing electrode placement methodologies.
|Keywords||Electrode array, Frequency-domain parameters, Surface electromyography, Time-domain parameters|
|Journal||Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation|
Kendell, C. (Cynthia), Lemaire, E.D. (Edward D.), Losier, Y. (Yves), Wilson, A. (Adam), Chan, A, & Hudgins, B. (Bernie). (2012). A novel approach to surface electromyography: An exploratory study of electrode-pair selection based on signal characteristics. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 9(1). doi:10.1186/1743-0003-9-24