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Contour-following Integrator For Dynamic Tracking Of Electromyographic Data.

A. Fridlund
Published 1979 · Psychology, Medicine

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A circuit is described which provides a varying DC voltage proportional to the envelope of a raw electromyographic waveform. The design is inexpensive, employs readily available integrated circuitry, and includes selectable gain and integration time constants.
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