05.Biomedical Engineering by John G. Webster (Editor)

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Thus, the three sensitivity distributions are fully independent. However, the electric signals each lead records cannot be completely independent because each represents a different aspect of the same volume source. Similarly, the sensitivity distribution of a lead system for detecting the dipolar term of the vortex source also has three orthogonal components. Each component can be represented by a set of concentric circles, so that the lead sensitivity is always tangential to the axis of symmetry.

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