Why wouldn’t we put a great amplifier in a great designed enclosure? This question was raised a couple of times during the SAGA development project. Usually, lab equipment or measurement devices have.
A signal that that is almost always found in an electrophysiological measurement is coming from the mains, 220 V / 50 Hz in most European countries, 110 V / 60 Hz in many others. It is a common.
A common problem in measurement setups where the subject is allowed to move around is the movement artefact. Movement artifacts originate from two different phenomena: • Movement of the cables •.
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