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Active And Passive Electrodes – What Are They, Pros & Cons

When the British physician Richard Caton first recorded the brain’s electrical activity on a rabbit in the late 19th century he didn’t know his groundbreaking experiment would inspire the invention of a line of revolutionary technologies that turned out to...

Comparison of Dry Electrode EEG System with Conventional EEG System

The dry electrode EEG system is a new development in the field of diagnostic science, offering an alternative to the conventional wet electrode EEG system. To replace the wet EEG setup in clinical settings, the dry electrodes must convey high-quality...

A Basic Guide on EEG (Electroencephalography) & Devices Used

Every machine requires some circuitry or motherboard that controls the machine's functions and operation. Likewise, humans also possess a complex computing system inside the body, the brain. The brain’s inner workings and connections are mysterious. It is quite an intricate...