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When the subjects were seated 4 feet apart, there was no indication of a transfer of energy between them from the 250 averages used in these experiments. However, when they held hands, the source's ECG could be clearly detected in the receiver's SAW at both the C4 and C3 locations.
In the four different hand holding orientations tested, measurable differences were observed in the transfer of cardiac energy between subjects, as measured by the amplitude of the source's ECG signal appearing in the receiver's EEG recording