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Single-Fiber EMG

Fine wire EMG

Record and analyze single-fiber potentials with a concentric needle electrode (EL451). Set the EMG100C to a 100 Hz – 5 kHz recording bandwidth. For improved rejection of low frequency background activity of distant fibers, run the data through a real-time 500 Hz HP filter in AcqKnowledge. The TSD150 series of Active Electrodes also include adapters for recording fine wire EMG.

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