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Smart clothing that can measure electrocardiogram (ECG) signals and monitor the health status of people meets the needs of our increasingly aging society. However, the conventional measurement of ECG signals is complicated and its electrodes can cause irritation to the skin, which makes the conventional measurement method unsuitable for applications in smart clothing. In this paper, a novel wearable measurement of ECG signals is proposed. There are only three ECG textile electrodes knitted intodoi:10.1155/2020/6329360 pmid:32395127 pmcid:PMC7201832 fatcat:2rilsgwuf5fdflch2jmmu4nrmm