Journal: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Article Title: A Neuromotor to Acoustical Jaw-Tongue Projection Model With Application in Parkinson’s Disease Hypokinetic Dysarthria
Figure Lengend Snippet: sEMG production and recording model. The two active electrodes are fixed at both ends of the masseter muscle, on the skin, capturing a signal which is the additive composition of the Motor Unit Action Potentials (MUAPs) traveling along the muscle fibers. A ground electrode fixed at the forehead serves as a reference point. The equipment used in the recordings is a WiFi-connected electrode terminal unit which communicates the signals on a wireless link to a Biopac M150 recording system.
Article Snippet: The five signal channels were acquired and digitized by a Biopac M150.