Neuromagnetic Instrumentation

@inproceedings{NeuromagneticI,
  title={Neuromagnetic Instrumentation},
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}
    1 Fig. 1. A dual seven channel SQUID magnetometer used for magnetoencephalography. 1. Introduction The signal strengths associated with neural activity (fig. 2) require the use of extremely sensitive detection systems (1). To date, the only instrument with the required sensitivity and bandwidth is the SQUID magnetometer (2-6). This chapter will attempt to give an overview of current instrumental techniques used in neuromagnetic measurements. It is not intended to go into great detail of every… CONTINUE READING