Wireless, In Vivo Neural Recording using a Custom Integrated Bioamplifier and the Pico System

@article{Cheney2007WirelessIV,
  title={Wireless, In Vivo Neural Recording using a Custom Integrated Bioamplifier and the Pico System},
  author={D. J. Cheney and Aik Goh and Jie Xu and K H Gugel and J. Harris and J. C. Sanchez and J M Principe},
  journal={2007 3rd International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering},
  year={2007},
  pages={19-22}
}
This paper describes a wireless system for sampling multiple channels of neural activity based on a low-power, custom 80dB-gain integrated bioamplifier, Texas Instrument's MSP430 microprocessors, and Nordic Semiconductor's ultra low power, high bandwidth RF transmitter/receivers. The system's features are presented as well as results of spike potentials from a live subject. 
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