Battery-operated high-bandwidth multi-channel wireless neural recording system using 802.11b

  • Parthasarathy J
  • Hogenson J
  • Erdman A
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This paper reports the design of a battery-operated, high bandwidth, multi-channel wireless medical telemetry system. The system is capable of transmitting 2.3 Mbps of raw streaming data using the IEEE 802.11b protocol. In a typical application, the system was used to collect data from micro-wire electrodes implanted in the ventral striatum of an awake and behaving rat. The complete system weighs 87 g (without battery) and consumes 2.7 W.

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  • Jayant Parthasarathy

  • Jim Hogenson

  • Arthur G. Erdman

  • Aaron D. Redish

  • Babak Ziaie

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