The BSL software has an extensive library of signal processing functions permitting graphical insight to analytical methods. The software can demonstrate the procedure and consequences associated with simple to complex signal processing methodologies. For example, students can view data before and after IIR or FIR filter processing, build a complex waveform from periodic signals (i.e., create a square wave from multiple sine waves) and decompose the result, or apply non-linear processing methods to data. Use the X/Y display mode to investigate Lissajous patterns and demonstrate phase relationships between two variables. Signals can be correlated an convolved. Use the histogram to focus on distribution of specific signal measures.
The ERS Evoked Response Smart Amplifier is an extremely low noise differential amplifier that accurately amplifies very small potentials, such as those associated with stimulus/response, startle response, ABR auditory brainstem response, somatosensory evoked response, signal-averaged recordings, and nerve conduction velocity recordings. BIOPAC’s new Smart Amplifiers are designed for great data. Smart Amplifiers improve performance by […]
The mind and body work together in many ways and psychophysiology research provides insight to these connections. BIOPAC has a variety of systems to power your emotion, arousal, stress, cognitive assessment, group interaction, startle, and other psychophysiology research. Here are some recent studies that have used BIOPAC systems for psychophysiological research… Skin conductance, facial EMG, […]
For immediate release: January 4, 2023 Amiens, France and GOLETA, California, USA Seenel Imaging SAS and BIOPAC Systems, Inc. have formed a long-term global partnership to distribute MedelOpt®, Seenel Imaging’s groundbreaking wearable neuroimaging device for the neuroscience research market. Seenel Imaging, based in France, continues its international expansion by partnering with BIOPAC Systems, […]