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A study of the high frequency intermittency events occurring during the fretting of contact surfaces used for in-vivo electronic systems, is presented. The emphasis of the study is to determine and the relationship between the contact resistance during the fretting process and to relate this to surface wear, as a function of the applied force. The emphasis is on fretting experiments in the crossed rod configuration with a range of contact forces, between 1.75 and 0.05 N. An established testdoi:10.1109/tcapt.2008.2001162 fatcat:ez3ew4d4zzbsppq7e3oljqas6m