Any signal recorded from a BIOPAC amplifier can be output through the stimulator. The stimulator Source switch must be set to CH16 (mislabeled “CH 15”) and the amplifier must be set to channel 16. With monaural headphones or speakers plugged in to the Ext Stim output, you will hear the signal that is being output from the amplifier.
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BIOPAC Systems Inc. is partnering with SEENEL IMAGING for a training on multimodal and systemic physiological augmented (SPA) fNIRS and EEG.
You will learn:
– The fundamentals of fNIRS and methods for multimodal acquisition: The case of ‘augmented fNIRS’
– Tips on how to design multimodal fNIRS recordings and how to remove the systemic physiological activity.
– How to integrate MedelOpt with BIOPAC devices for multimodal data acquisition.
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