Using a common average reference to improve cortical neuron recordings from microelectrode arrays.

@article{Ludwig2009UsingAC,
  title={Using a common average reference to improve cortical neuron recordings from microelectrode arrays.},
  author={Kip A. Ludwig and Rachel M. Miriani and Nicholas B. Langhals and Michael D Joseph and David J. Anderson and Daryl R. Kipke},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={101 3},
  pages={1679-89}
}
In this study, we propose and evaluate a technique known as common average referencing (CAR) to generate a more ideal reference electrode for microelectrode recordings. CAR is a computationally simple technique, and therefore amenable to both on-chip and real-time applications. CAR is commonly used in EEG, where it is necessary to identify small signal sources in very noisy recordings. To study the efficacy of common average referencing, we compared CAR to both referencing with a stainless… CONTINUE READING
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