Effects of electrode size and spacing on the resolution of intracardiac electrograms
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Stinnett–Donnelly JM et al. – These calculations suggest that if electrodes could be constructed to have negligible dimensions compared with those in use today, authros would increase resolution by about one order of magnitude at most.

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