0.05) between the data measured with the two systems. This means that the new system could streamline the movement and mobility of the body without affecting the experimental results. Through the real-time RMS, CI index, and green light indicator on the interface, the subjects can immediately know the situation of their muscles. The above results showed that EMG signals were not only able to be used to assess the degree of muscle strength by RMS and muscle fatigue by using median frequency, but also able to be used to observe the contribution mode of muscles through multi-channel EMG measurement.' > Airiti Library
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