Cheapest EEG analysis system?

r norman rsn_ at _comcast.net
Wed Feb 18 19:08:30 EST 2004


On Thu, 19 Feb 2004 00:40:01 +0100, Jean-Etienne Poirrier
<jepoirrier at remove-me-please.ulg.ac.be> wrote:

>Manuel Delaflor wrote:
>> I need 64 channels, all the equipment including software. Does someone
>> sells used Neuroscans, for example? I bet there are wat cheaper
>> equipments out there, but I dont know anyone.
>> 
>> All suggestions welcomed.
>
>I suggest this, if you have some time:
>Buy a good PC, buy a good acquistion card, buy a Matlab licence. And 
>then develop your own customized EEG acquisition software. That what we 
>are doing (1 year development 1/4 time of a PhD student (me)). And we 
>are fully satisfied with the result (and very cheap price). :-)
>
>Hope this help.
>Jean-Etienne

Where do you get good, inexpensive amplifiers complete with high-gain,
low noise, proper bandwidth filters, patient safety, ...?  Once you
have a reasonable signal, the rest is relatively easy.






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