Multi-electrode Signal Processing

Period of Performance: 03/01/1988 - 08/31/1988

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Phase 1 SBIR

Recipient Firm

Mentor Technologies, Inc.
12750 TWINBROOK PARKWAY, SUITE 101
Rockville, MD 20852
Principal Investigator

Abstract

Multi-electrode technology has been developed to the point where significant amounts of multi-unit data from spatially overlapping cell populations are being recorded. A suitable multi-channel signal processor is needed. MTI proposes a computationally intensive array processing architecture which is interfaced to a microcomputer. Phase I objectives are to validate teh theoretical basis of our proposed design by testing its detection/classification performance using simulated as well as real data. A prototype device will be built and tested in Phase II.