Development of a real-time adaptive current tomograph.

Q S Zhu, C N McLeod, C W Denyer, F J Lidgey, W R Lionheart

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    Following the successful development of a multiple-drive electrical impedance tomography system OXPACT-II featuring a voltage-driven current method for in vitro studies, research work currently being undertaken at the EIT research group in Oxford is aimed at developing a real-time multiple-drive adaptive system, called the Oxford Brookes Adaptive Current Tomograph Mark-III (OXBACT-III) which will operate at several frequencies in between 10-160 kHz. The objective of this system development is to enable EIT clinical studies to be undertaken based on the adaptive current method. One of the most important issues addressed in the new system design is to achieve high data acquisition speed while maintaining sufficient system accuracy. This paper will describe the overall data acquisition system structure and relevant system performance specifications.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)A37-A43
    JournalPhysiological Measurement
    Issue numberSupplement 2a
    Publication statusPublished - 1994


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