BIOPAC® Systems, Inc. Logo

Tissue Resistance and Reactance Measurement

Electrobioimpedance Impedance Cardiography ICG Amplifier

Tissue resistance is mathematically described as the real part of the tissue impedance and tissue reactance is defined as the imaginary part of the tissue impedance. To determine these parameters, measure the impedance magnitude and phase using the EBI100C. Use the AcqKnowledge Equation Generator to multiply the magnitude by the cosine of the phase to obtain the tissue resistance and by the sine of the phase to obtain the tissue reactance. Invert the resistance value to obtain tissue conductance.

Details

This is one of many ADVANCED FEATURES for the selected Application. Scroll down for hardware options.

Support

Application Notes

Knowledge Base

Hardware Packages   |   Tissue Resistance and Reactance Measurement

Hardware Bundles are complete solutions for the specified application. Choose your preferred platform and bundle, then click "Request Pricing" to request an estimate, add/remove items, or complete purchase. If you have questions about specific items, click through to the product web page for details and specifications, or contact your Local Sales contact.

Wired

Wireless

MRI

Animal

Spotlight On
NIRS Experiment License

fNIRS Lesson License

Add fNIRS Lessons to a C Series Imager Record NIRS measurements from the forehead and the forearm at two wavelengths, 730 nm for deoxy-Hb and 850 nm for oxy-Hb. Students embark on real-world NIRS research using a student-friendly approach in these four guided lessons covering nine experiments. COBI Modern makes NIRS experimentation easy for students […]

View All
Latest News

New Citations | BIOPAC in EDA Research

Researchers utilize electrodermal activity (EDA) data in a wide array of protocols. These recent studies join thousands of BIOPAC citations for EDA and represent just a few of BIOPAC’s hardware options for wired, wireless, logged, or MRI protocols with reusable or disposable EDA accessories and AcqKnowledge software solutions for Automated EDA Analysis Routines and EDA Measurement Tools. Caffeine Delivery […]

EDA Guide Available

BIOPAC’s comprehensive EDA Guide provides an introduction to Electrodermal Activity (EDA or GSR) and details topics including: EDA Complex: SCL, SCR, tonic, phasic, specific SCR, non-specific SCR Participant Prep & Electrode Placement Data Recording tips Automated EDA Analysis Routines Digital input to Stim Events Stim-Response Analysis Derive Phasic EDA from Tonic Event-related EDA Analysis Locate […]

Read All
Request a Demonstration
Request a Demonstration