A charge coupled transversal filter for biomedical signal conditioning

Barry Kent Gilbert, W. F. Sutterer, S. A. Johnson, R. E. Sturm, E. H. Wood, J. J. Tiemann, R. D. Baertsch

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Abstract

The analysis and processing of biological signals is often hampered by the contamination of these low frequency, often low amplitude waveforms by motion artifact in fluid filled catheter systems and skin electrodes, power line hum, and so on. Although noise suppression techniques have relied upon low pass filtration of the analog signals with active or passive RLC filters, even the most recent active RLC filter implementations display operational characteristics not entirely satisfactory for low frequency applications.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)169-174
Number of pages6
JournalISA Transactions
Volume15
Issue number2
StatePublished - 1976

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Transversal filters
Passive filters
Active filters
Catheters
conditioning
Conditioning
Low Frequency
Skin
Signal processing
Contamination
hum
Charge
Active Filters
Filter
low frequencies
filters
Noise Suppression
power lines
Electrodes
Fluids

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Control and Systems Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Gilbert, B. K., Sutterer, W. F., Johnson, S. A., Sturm, R. E., Wood, E. H., Tiemann, J. J., & Baertsch, R. D. (1976). A charge coupled transversal filter for biomedical signal conditioning. ISA Transactions, 15(2), 169-174.

A charge coupled transversal filter for biomedical signal conditioning. / Gilbert, Barry Kent; Sutterer, W. F.; Johnson, S. A.; Sturm, R. E.; Wood, E. H.; Tiemann, J. J.; Baertsch, R. D.

In: ISA Transactions, Vol. 15, No. 2, 1976, p. 169-174.

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Gilbert, BK, Sutterer, WF, Johnson, SA, Sturm, RE, Wood, EH, Tiemann, JJ & Baertsch, RD 1976, 'A charge coupled transversal filter for biomedical signal conditioning', ISA Transactions, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 169-174.
Gilbert BK, Sutterer WF, Johnson SA, Sturm RE, Wood EH, Tiemann JJ et al. A charge coupled transversal filter for biomedical signal conditioning. ISA Transactions. 1976;15(2):169-174.
Gilbert, Barry Kent ; Sutterer, W. F. ; Johnson, S. A. ; Sturm, R. E. ; Wood, E. H. ; Tiemann, J. J. ; Baertsch, R. D. / A charge coupled transversal filter for biomedical signal conditioning. In: ISA Transactions. 1976 ; Vol. 15, No. 2. pp. 169-174.
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