Motion artifacts in capacitive biopotential measurements : classification, modelling and reduction techniques

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Abstract

Capacitive electrodes are a promising candidate for the development of an unobtrusive and long-term monitoring tool to assess fetus health conditions (eg., ECG, fECG, EHG), thanks to their potential of sensing via clothes. However, motion artifacts (MAs) remain an unsolved issue and obstruct reliable use. This poster presents a classification of MAs in capacitive sensors, the modeling techniques and an overview of the prior MA reduction methods.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1
Publication statusPublished - 21 Mar 2017
Event2017 ICT Open, Maart 21-22, 2017, Amersfoort, The Netherlands - De Flint, Amersfoort, Netherlands
Duration: 20 Mar 201722 Mar 2017
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Conference2017 ICT Open, Maart 21-22, 2017, Amersfoort, The Netherlands
CountryNetherlands
CityAmersfoort
Period20/03/1722/03/17
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Capacitive sensors
Bioelectric potentials
Electrocardiography
Health
Electrodes
Monitoring

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Zhang, Y. (2017). Motion artifacts in capacitive biopotential measurements : classification, modelling and reduction techniques. 1. Poster session presented at 2017 ICT Open, Maart 21-22, 2017, Amersfoort, The Netherlands, Amersfoort, Netherlands.
Zhang, Y. / Motion artifacts in capacitive biopotential measurements : classification, modelling and reduction techniques. Poster session presented at 2017 ICT Open, Maart 21-22, 2017, Amersfoort, The Netherlands, Amersfoort, Netherlands.
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