alexa ELECTRO MAGNETIC BIOSENSOR FOR EXTREMELY LOW FREQENCY BRAIN WAVES
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International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
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ELECTRO MAGNETIC BIOSENSOR FOR EXTREMELY LOW FREQENCY BRAIN WAVES

Rajendra Aparnathi1, Dr.VedVyas Dwivedi2
  1. Research Scholar, Faculty of Technology and Engineering, C U Shah University, Wadhwan city, Gujarat, India
  2. Pro Vice Chancellor, C U Shah University, Wadhwan city,Gujarat, India
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Abstract

The research project work the brain produces four main types of brain wave which are shown by EEG readings. Each type of brain wave produces the listed effects at specific frequencies. Although the brain is always emitting brainwaves at each different band it is the dominant brainwaves at a particular time that dictate the conscious state of an individual. By using technology to entrain the brainwaves to become dominant in a certain band we can thereby give an individual a powerful push into the desired conscious state. By doing this we can induce numerous mental and emotional states in an individual such as meditation, excitation, motivation, anxiety, irritation, sexual excitement, relaxation, spiritualism and more. We want to design an electromagnetic extremely low frequency sensor with the added element of EEG for controlling an extra parameter to sense the extremely low frequency waves. We plan on processing this extra parameter through hardware and through DSP base preamplifier and amplifier to find this frequency. There have been many variations on the ELF sensor but we are designing the electromagnetic elf sensor use of EEG to control the instrument, and we are hoping our idea will work well and be useful instead of a novelty in sensor technology with EEG ELF sensor in human neural network system

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