By Steffen Leonhardt, Thomas Falck, Petri Mähönen
This e-book includes papers from the overseas Workshop on Wearable and Implantable physique Sensor Networks, BSN 2007, held in March 2007 on the collage health center Aachen, Germany. subject matters lined within the quantity comprise new clinical measurements, shrewdpermanent bio-sensing textiles, low-power instant networking, process integration, scientific sign processing, multi-sensor facts fusion, and on-going standardization actions.
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As the pH increases, more light from the emitting red LED is absorbed by the dyed fabric, therefore less light falls on the detector LED which takes a longer time to discharge. The detected light intensity is plotted against the pH value, figure 4a . A best-fit sigmoid curve was fitted to the data. 6 Figure 4 Characteristics of fabric pH sensor a) Detected light(μs) vs pH b) First derivative of detected light signal, to determine pKa 4. Fluid handling/calibration Chemical sensors need to be frequently calibrated using known markers, and a possible approach to perform this within a textile is to use a conducting polymer, polypyrrole (PPy).
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