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On sensitivity in transfer impedance measurements

, such as a bioimpedance system, sensitivity takes another meaning as explained below. A short repetition of some of the mathematics involved is useful in order to explain the problem. For those requiring more detailed information on the subject, the book Bioimpedance and Bioelectricity Basics [ 1 ] is recommended. If we look at an impedance measurement system with separated current carrying (CC) electrode pair and potential pick-up (PU) electrode pair, the measured transfer impedance is the potential on the PU electrodes divided by the current flowing in the CC

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