High- $T_{\rm c}$ SQUID vs. Low- $T_{\rm c}$ SQUID-Based Recordings on a Head Phantom: Benchmarking for Magnetoencephalography


We explore the potential that high critical-temperature (high-Tc) superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) technology has for magnetic recordings of brain activity, i.e., magnetoencephalography (MEG). To this end, we performed series of benchmarking experiments to directly compare recordings with a commercial (low-Tc SQUID-based) 306-channel MEG… (More)


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