Signal Decoding

Weir Biomechatronics Development Laboratory

Signal Decoding

Signal Decoding is the act of transforming input data into a form that can be used for processing. Our lab focuses on decoding electromyogram signals to determine the motion outputs intended by the prosthesis user. This can be done with surface level electrodes or impanted electrodes. 

Areas of Signal Decoding


  1. Moore, KL.; Dalley, AF. 4th. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; Baltimore (MD): 1999. Clinically oriented anatomy.​ 
  2. Farrell, T. R. (2011). Determining delay created by multifunctional prosthesis controllers. The Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development,48(6), Xxi. doi:10.1682/jrrd.2011.03.0055  
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