For the second consecutive year, the top-viewed BIOPAC video
was “EEG Frequency Analysis” using AcqKnowledge® software.
AcqKnowledge is a powerful, intuituve data acquisition and analysis tool with automation and scoring routines that streamline complex analyses and provide reproducible results for an array of applications.
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AcqKnowledge provides a wide range of tools for recording displaying and analyzing EEG signals from human and animals subjects. BIOPAC offers a number of hardware solutions to record from single channels of wireless EEG to moderate-density 32 channels of wireless and logged data. Tethered options for as many as 16 channels and dual channel BioNomadix modules provide low-density recordings. The B-Alert system provides nine channels of data with powerful cognitive states analysis software.
AcqKnowledge displays the data in a variety of formats for quick and easy viewing of the data. Use on-line calculation channels to configure channels and filter the data using FIR and IIR filters to provide optimal signals for analysis.
EEG Automated Analysis Routines
AcqKnowledge provides a range of fully-automated routines to provide quick, easy and reproducible results:
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