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SleepSign multi animal staging and FFT update

October 2008—SleepSign™ R2.13.263.807 update for multi animal staging and FFT algorithm
February 2008—SleepSign™ 2.11.261.808 released
With SleepSign™ software (SSA100W), you can
SleepSign analysis update - multi animal staging and FFT algorithm
Use the SleepSign™ software to provide a fully automated tool for scoring animal sleep data. Record the data using a BIOPAC MP100 or MP150 data acquisition system and open the AcqKnowledge data file in the Kissei SleepSign™ software. SleepSign™ requires two signals to perform the analysis, EEG and EMG. It provides options for automated and manual scoring of the data. Once the data has been scored, the software provides a summary report of the analysis results.

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