Abstract Myoelectric Control with an Arduino-based System
This paper presents the design and evaluation of an Arduino-based system for electromyogram (EMG) signal measurement and prosthesis control with the abstract decoder. It achieves a 2 kHz sampling rate for two EMG channels, processes EMG signals on-the-fly and sends the prosthesis control command via a CAN bus. We tested the accuracy and responsiveness of the system in real-time by playing back previously recorded EMG signals through a Tip, Ring, and Sleeve (TRS) function generator. The correlation coefficients between the mean absolute value (MAV) of the original signals and the measured signals were above 97%.
How to Cite
H. Wu, S. Dupan, and K. Nazarpour, “Abstract Myoelectric Control with an Arduino-based System”, MEC20 Symposium, Jul. 2020.
Prosthetic Devices and Materials