Programmable wireless light-emitting diode stimulator for chronic stimulation of optogenetic molecules in freely moving mice.

@article{Hashimoto2014ProgrammableWL,
  title={Programmable wireless light-emitting diode stimulator for chronic stimulation of optogenetic molecules in freely moving mice.},
  author={Mitsuhiro Hashimoto and Akihiro Hata and Takaki Miyata and Hajime Hirase},
  journal={Neurophotonics},
  year={2014},
  volume={1 1},
  pages={
          011002
        }
}
We produced a miniaturized, multicode, multiband, and programmable light-emitting diode (LED) stimulator for wireless control of optogenetic experiments. The LED stimulator is capable of driving three independent LEDs upon reception of an infrared (IR) signal generated by a custom-made IR transmitter. Individual LED photopulse patterns are assigned to different codes of the IR signals (up to 256 codes). The photopulse patterns can be programmed in the on-board microcontroller by specifying the… CONTINUE READING
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