Autors: Nikolova, E. S., Tabakov, S. D.
Title: Investigation of the properties of textile electrodes in order to apply them as capacitive electrodes
Keywords: capacitive sensors, wearable sensors, biomedical signals.

Abstract: The paper presents a study of the change in the parameters of textile electrodes depending on the service life and external, mechanical and chemical effects. The aim of the study is to prove their applicability as capacitive sensors for capturing biomedical signals, in terms of keeping their parameters within acceptable limits for repeated use and after long service life.

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2020 XXIX International Scientific Conference Electronics (ET), 2020, Bulgaria, IEEE, ISBN 978-1-7281-7426-6

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