Join us for Part 3 of our EEG Webinar Series, focusing on low-density EEG recordings.
A low-density recording can consist of a single channel of EEG and work up from there. In many instances, a classic EEG cap isn’t used and regular electrodes are applied to the scalp and held in place with conductive, adhesive gel.
This webinar will provide live demonstrations of EEG recordings without the use of an electrode cap and will place special emphasis on setup, recording and analysis. BIOPAC CEO Frazer Findlay will take attendees through the setup process to provide tips and tricks for recording high quality data. The analysis segment will cover the different EEG frequency bands and take a close look at EEG frequency analysis, including:
Peak frequency across user selectable time periods.
The webinar will also look at Alpha RMS and Delta power analysis.
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