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258 – BIOPAC MRI Smart Amplifier Performance

This application note is concerned with the recording of real-time physiological data, from a human subject, during fMRI, using BIOPAC’s series of MRI Smart Amplifiers:

These MRI Smart Amplifiers are designed differently than BIOPAC’s standard amplifier modules. MRI-specific amplifier modules feature internal circuitry which is designed to minimize MRI artifact (to the maximum extent possible) while still best preserving the amplifier bandwidth, phase, gain and signal to noise characteristics for the source physiological data.

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