As soon as our active electrodes are used with our full band amplifiers, recording of clean EEG signals becomes as easy as pie. However, the acquisition of analog signals is only half the battle: The other half is the communication with the technical equipment involved. This includes:
- the PC running the experiment control software
- all kind of stimulators
- MR-scanner gradient systems and many more.
The most accurate and reliable interfacing standard between all these components and EEG amplifiers is still the TTL protocol.
Beginners from non-technical disciplines are often challenged when setting up their experiment for the first time. There are different concepts, cables, protocols and terminology. The former Brain Products Technical Support Team member Clara Guenter therefore wrote a guide for exactly this audience and we are happy to make it available on our website.
In case you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Brain Products Technical Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to provide you with more information and answer all remaining questions you may have.