June 13 2018

York Instruments now able to capture MEG data at ultra-high sample rates

York Instruments now able to capture MEG data at ultra-high sample rates

York Instruments has acquired data, synchronously across all 320 sensor channels, at an astonishing 81000 samples per second with 24-bit ADC.

This ultra-high sample rate will allow MEG users to characterise data in high frequency bands with unsurpassed accuracy. Researchers working on ultra-high frequency oscillations will welcome this breakthrough in speed of acquisition. There is emerging evidence of a range of clinical biomarkers in neurological and psychiatric conditions which are detectable in the high frequency range from100hz to over 1 kHz. MEGSCAN will be a powerful tool for clinicians diagnose and characterise a range of clinical disorders, and puts MEG technology at the forefront of imaging.

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June 13 2018
York Instruments now able to capture MEG data at ultra-high sample rates

York Instruments has acquired data, synchronously across all 320 sensor channels, at an astonishing 81000 samples per second with 24-bit ADC.

This ultra-high sample rate will allow MEG users to characterise data in high frequency bands with unsurpassed accuracy. Researchers working on ultra-high frequency oscillations will welcome this breakthrough in speed of acquisition. There is emerging evidence of a range of clinical biomarkers in neurological and psychiatric conditions which are detectable in the high frequency range from100hz to over 1 kHz. MEGSCAN will be a powerful tool for clinicians diagnose and characterise a range of clinical disorders, and puts MEG technology at the forefront of imaging.