AuthorByrd, Eldon A.
AffiliationU.S. Naval Ordnance Laboratory
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AbstractA theoretical system for telemetry of the EEG is described, followed by a practical experiment to demonstrate feasibility of brain wave telemetry in the electrically noisy environment of a large university hospital. Equipment designed for the telemetry of the ECG was modified for the purpose. Good signal quality was obtained over a distance of forty feet through two intervening concrete and steel walls. This first step in demonstrating the feasibility of single channel EEG telemetry in a hospital environment is envisioned and described as part of a future total patient monitoring system or as an online diagnostic aid for surgery.
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