A compact electroencephalogram recording device with integrated audio stimulation system.

  title={A compact electroencephalogram recording device with integrated audio stimulation system.},
  author={Antti Kimmo Olavi Paukkunen and Anttu A Kurttio and Miika Leminen and Raimo Sepponen},
  journal={The Review of scientific instruments},
  volume={81 6},
A compact (96 x 128 x 32 mm(3), 374 g), battery-powered, eight-channel electroencephalogram recording device with an integrated audio stimulation system and a wireless interface is presented. The recording device is capable of producing high-quality data, while the operating time is also reasonable for evoked potential studies. The effective measurement resolution is about 4 nV at 200 Hz sample rate, typical noise level is below 0.7 microV(rms) at 0.16-70 Hz, and the estimated operating time is… 

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