Timing pulse and sampling programs implemented on a laboratory microcomputer.

  • L W Leung
  • Published 1985 in Computer programs in biomedicine


This paper presents two programs implemented on a microcomputer for analog-to-digital (A-to-D) conversion of neurophysiological signals. The first program, TIMET, sets flexible pulse trains for the timing of the A-to-D conversions, executed by the second program, ADC8. TIMET contains options for a continuous or a triggered pulse train with variable onset delay. ADC8 allows sampling up to 30 kHz for one channel and 9 kHz for the maximum of 7 channels, with about 8 microseconds lag between channels. The digitized data are displayed with interactive gain control from keyboard input, and selected sweeps can be stored on disk files.

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@article{Leung1985TimingPA, title={Timing pulse and sampling programs implemented on a laboratory microcomputer.}, author={L W Leung}, journal={Computer programs in biomedicine}, year={1985}, volume={19 2-3}, pages={143-50} }