A Practical 24 Channel Microelectrode for Neural Recording in Vivo

@article{Kuperstein1981AP2,
  title={A Practical 24 Channel Microelectrode for Neural Recording in Vivo},
  author={Michael Kuperstein and Douglas A. Whittington},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1981},
  volume={BME-28},
  pages={288-293}
}
We have developed a multichannel microelectrode that has 24 recording sites, spaced at 85 ¿m intervals along the edge of its tip. The sites are arranged in one of two ways: either as a 1 ×24 linear array along one edge or as a 2 ×12 array along both edges. In the first, the sites span 2 mm while in the second, the sites span 1 mm ×135 ¿m. 
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