Autors: Nikolova, E. S., Nikolov, G. T., Gieva, E. E., Iliev, I. T.
Title: Experimental Investigation of Washing Effects on the Properties of Textile Electrodes
Keywords: textile electrodes, wearable sensors, remote patient monitoring

Abstract: The study represents the results of experimental researche aimed at capturing the frequency characteristics of textile electrodes up to 20 kHz while considering their application in recording of biomedical signals. Two textile electrode models have been examined after a number of washing cycles according to the requirements of standartized procedures ISO 6330: 2012 and ISO 105-C06: 2010 for testing textile products.

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2020 43rd International Spring Seminar on Electronics Technology (ISSE), 2020, Slovakia, IEEE, ISBN 978-1-7281-6773-2

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