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Wireless-Systems

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Overview

The wireless in vivo systems are the all-in-one solution for amplifying, recording, and analyzing in vivo data from 4, 8, 16 or 32 channels. 

The system includes everything you need: Small-sized headstage with integrated A/D converter, digitized transmission, powerful receiver, batteries, as well as a powerful software package.

The most advantageous feature of the Wireless-Systems is the amplification and digitalization of the data on the headstage itself. This way, only digital data is sent to the receiver, which ensures that your data is not diluted or distorted.

With its excellent signal-to-noise ratio, it is the ideal solution for spikes, LFP, EEG, ECG, and ECoG. Additional inputs to the receiver allow the synchronization of the data with external devices.

Synchronized video to data recording is possible with the W2100-Video-System.

MCS-IFB

As part of the system, the MCS-IFB 3.0 Multiboot is a new interface board generation which is able to receive data from a MEA2100-Headstage, a Multiwell-MEA-Headstage, a CMOS-MEA5000-Headstage, a MCS-SCU or a W2100-Receiver. This makes cost-effective combinations with only one interface board and multiple recording systems possible. You can establish for example your experiments on 60 or 120 electrodes with the MEA2100-System, then add the Multiwell-MEA-Headstage and start high-throughput screening. It's also possible to use the same interface board for in vitro MEA experiments and tethered / wireless in vivo recordings. This leaves you with even more flexibility in switching between possible configurations for your specific research needs.

Key features:

  • Real-time signal detection and feedback
  • Freely programmable DSP
  • Multiple inputs/outputs, including digital, analog, and audio
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports

 

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