In article <4t3t3a$6oi at newsbf02.news.aol.com>,
radams2000 at aol.com (RAdams2000) wrote:
>Given a bucket full or neurons, and an eletrical signal source
>that represents an audio signal, how could you use the neurons to
>transmit the analog signal to a distant location in a way that
>it would be possible to reconstruct the original analog signal
>at the other end??
As far as I remember from the textbook, audio signals are coded in
the spike frequency (see, for example, Nicholls: From Neuron To Brain)
Or did you seek for _technical_ means to connect an audio source to
a bunch of neurons?
Sven E. Haul Heinrich-Heine-University
Institute of Physiology II Duesseldorf
Dpt. of Neurophysiology Germany