Window Discriminator

kndalyan at CS-ACAD-LAN.LakeheadU.CA kndalyan at CS-ACAD-LAN.LakeheadU.CA
Thu May 27 11:10:25 EST 1993

In article <1993May17.164453.13206 at> you write:
>Path: thunder!torn!!!agate!ames!!chimento
>From: chimento at (Thomas Chimento)
>Newsgroups: bionet.general
>Subject: Window Discriminator
>Keywords: electrophysiology, single unit recording
>Message-ID: <1993May17.164453.13206 at>
>Date: 17 May 1993 16:44:53 GMT
>Sender: usenet at
>Organization: NASA-Ames Biocomputation Center
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>Can anyone recommend a good hardware window discriminator for use
>in single unit recording? NOT GOOD would be a discriminator that
>simply has two horizontal 'lines' that your signal passes through
>to be accepted. Good is more like the BAK product. It has a trigger
>level followed by a vertical line that can vary a lower and upper 
>limit and be moved in time. Only signals that pass reach the trigger
>level AND pass through the vertical line are accepted. Although
>BAK has a nice system, it is a noisy and hard to use device.

>Please reply directly. If anyone wants the results of my search 
>also please ask directly to:

>*Thomas C. Chimento Ph.D.  Internet: chimento at *
>*NASA, Ames                   Phone: 415-604-0376 (and Voice Mail) *
>*Biocomputation Center          Fax: 415-604-3954                  *
>*MS 239-11                                                         *
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fuck you

What in the world is your problem? I make a simple request for information
and you reply with "fuck you"? Did your father make the BAK discriminator?

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