An 11k-Electrode 126-Channel High-Density Microelectrode Array to Interact with Electrogenic Cells

@article{Frey2007An11,
  title={An 11k-Electrode 126-Channel High-Density Microelectrode Array to Interact with Electrogenic Cells},
  author={Urs Frey and Flavio Heer and Ren{\'e} Pedron and Sadik Hafizovic and Frauke Greve and Jan Sediv{\'y} and Kay-Uwe Kirstein and Andreas Hierlemann},
  journal={2007 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Digest of Technical Papers},
  year={2007},
  pages={158-593}
}
A microelectrode array allows an arbitrary group of 126 electrodes to be selected from a total of 11,016 in order to do cell or neural recordings from areas of interest with 18 mum spatial resolution and 2.4 muv input-referred noise. Signals are amplified by 0 to 80dB, bandpass filtered (0.3 to 4kHz), and finally digitized (20kS/s, 8b). Example recordings from acute brain slices are shown 

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