• The brain sensor transmits rich, neuroscientifically meaningful signals from animal models as they slept, woke or exercised
  • The brain sensor is composed of two elements: a 100-channel transmitter only 5 cm in its largest dimension and weighing only 46.1 g, and a four-antenna receiver that employs sophisticated signal processing to maximize the transmitter’s signal while the subject is moving around
  • The team demonstrated that the transmitter can run continuously for more than 48 hrs on a single rechargeable AA battery as it relays a high rate of data directly from the brain

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