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Development of telemetric techniques for use in studies of the electrical activity of the brain.
J M Simard; G T Schneider; C C Turbes (Profiled Author: J Marc Simard)
ISA transactions 1976;15(3):246-52.Abstract
A telemetry system has been designed to transmit two channels of wideband activity (0.2 Hz-2.5 KHz) recorded from high-impedance microelectrodes in the brains of free-moving cats. Thus, both unit activity and slow-wave field activity are accessible without disruption of the animals' behavior. In addition, circuitry is described that conditions the receiver signals, that dicriminates valid subcarrier signals from receiver noise and that automatically aborts data output in the absence of discriminable subcarrier. This receiver signal processing circuitry thus assures the fidelity of the decoded subcarrier, greatly facilitates further machine processing of the data and frees the experimenter from having to continuously monitor the receiver signals to subjectively edit out noisy data.
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