Fully Reconfigurable Modular Body-Worn Sensors

Bashir I. Morshed (Inventor), Ruhi Mahajan (Inventor)

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Abstract

A system is disclosed including: one or more electroencephalography (EEG) sensor nodes in a fully reconfigurable sensor network configured to detect electrical signals indicating activity of a brain of a subject and to transmit signal information relating to the detected electrical signals, each EEG sensor node embodying an analog front end (AFE) circuit, and a centralized command control node (CCN) in the sensor network in communication with the one or more EEG sensor nodes and configured to receive the transmitted signal information from the one or more EEG sensor nodes and to perform a processing technique on the received information resulting in processed signal data, wherein the one or more EEG sensor nodes are configured to detect the electrical signals without a driven right leg (DRL) circuit in the sensor network.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Patent number20160128596
StateSubmitted - May 12 2016

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Electroencephalography
Sensor nodes
Sensors
Sensor networks
Networks (circuits)
Brain
Communication
Processing

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Morshed, B. I., & Mahajan, R. (2016). Fully Reconfigurable Modular Body-Worn Sensors. Manuscript submitted for publication. (Patent No. 20160128596).

Fully Reconfigurable Modular Body-Worn Sensors. / Morshed, Bashir I. (Inventor); Mahajan, Ruhi (Inventor).

Patent No.: 20160128596.

Research output: Patent

Morshed, BI & Mahajan, R 2016, Fully Reconfigurable Modular Body-Worn Sensors, Patent No. 20160128596.
Morshed BI, Mahajan R, inventors. Fully Reconfigurable Modular Body-Worn Sensors. 20160128596. 2016 May 12.
Morshed, Bashir I. (Inventor) ; Mahajan, Ruhi (Inventor). / Fully Reconfigurable Modular Body-Worn Sensors. Patent No.: 20160128596.
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