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    New: Signal 8

    • Signal can now collect data from third-party devices using Talkers.
    • New automatic script execution at defined times before, during or after a sampled sweep.
    • Automatic threshold estimation (MTAT) added.
    • Active cursors are now available in XY views.
    • Option to display continuous waveform activity in peri-triggered mode added.
    • XY views can now hold up to 2000 channels.
    • The channel points per sweep limit is now 400 million, up from 40 million.
    • The PowerMAG auxiliary states device can now operate in Flex mode.
    • The MagStim Rapid now has a specific theta burst mode.
    • Added Meas() function to the virtual channel system. Therefore a measurement, such as the mean of a waveform baseline, can be used as part of the virtual wave construction. Perhaps displaying a waveform without a DC shift.
    • A new peri-trigger mode has been added for remaining inside a pair of levels for a specified time. This will allow the user to trigger only when the subject is in a resting state or, if using a force transducer, when they are active for x time.
    • It is now possible to use more than one signal conditioner at a time; e.g. the CED 1902 and Digitimer D360R can both be used simultaneously.

  • New: gTecTalk
  • gTecTalk is a talker that lets you sample with the HiAmp, USBAmp or Nautilus g.Tec devices via a gNEEDaccess server process, which can be accessed from a remote PC if required.
  • New: StelTalk
  • StelTalk is a talker that supports the Stellar Telemetry implant systems. It can sample up to 4 USB-connected implants, each of which report a range of data channels.
  • Latest software
  • There are recent uploads of Signal 8.02, Spike2 10.21, 9.20 and 8.26
  • and new scripts in Spike2: Editing, Display, Analysis and Experiments, and Signal: Editing, Control & Analysis

  • The 1902 amplifier is no longer available for sale; please contact us for alternatives.
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  • Cambridge Electronic Design Limited,
  • Technical Centre,
  • 139 Cambridge Road,
  • Milton,
  • Cambridge CB24 6AZ

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  • Technical Centre,
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  • Milton,
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