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The effects of muscle stress on signal transmission in the intra-body communication
Lin S.3; Zhang H.-F.3; Gao Y.-M.3; Du M.3; Vai M.-I.2
2017-02-09
Source Publication2016 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics-China, ICCE-China 2016
AbstractBased on the intra-body communication by galvanic coupling, this paper aimed to explore the impact on the signal transmission in the human body when the muscles were under the stress, and investigated the channel characteristics of different transmission distance and different grip size of the human arm. The results showed that, in the short-distance channel, the stressed muscles hindered the signal transmission and in the long-distance channel, the stressed muscles promoted the signal transmission.
Keywordchannel characteristics galvanic coupling intra-body communication muscle stress
DOI10.1109/ICCE-China.2016.7849761
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Language英語
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Universidade de Macau
2.Key Lab of Medical Instrumentation and Pharmaceutical Technology of Fujian Province
3.Fuzhou University
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Lin S.,Zhang H.-F.,Gao Y.-M.,et al. The effects of muscle stress on signal transmission in the intra-body communication[C],2017.
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