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Xu, J. (author), Mitra, Srinjoy (author), Van Hoof, Chris (author), Yazicioglu, Refet Firat (author), Makinwa, K.A.A. (author)
Active electrodes (AEs), i.e., electrodes with built-in readout circuitry, are increasingly being implemented in wearable healthcare and lifestyle applications due to AEs' robustness to environmental interference. An AE locally amplifies and buffers μV-level EEG signals before driving any cabling. The low output impedance of an AE mitigates...
journal article 2017
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Seeber, M. (author), Scherer, R. (author), Wagner, J. (author), Solis Escalante, T. (author), Müller-Putz, G.R. (author)
A corrigendum on EEG beta suppression and low gamma modulationare different elements of human upright walking by Seeber,M.,Scherer,R.,Wagner,J.,Solis-Escalante,T.,andMüller-Putz,G.R.(2014)Front.Hum. Neurosci.8:485.doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00485
journal article 2015
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Seeber, M. (author), Scherer, R. (author), Wagner, J. (author), Solis Escalante, T. (author), Müller-Putz, G.R. (author)
Cortical involvement during upright walking is not well-studied in humans. We analyzed non-invasive electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings from able-bodied volunteers who participated in a robot-assisted gait-training experiment. To enable functional neuroimaging during walking, we applied source modeling to high-density (120 channels) EEG...
journal article 2014