Portable cost-effective EEG data acquisition system.

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Summary of "Portable cost-effective EEG data acquisition system."

Neuro-cognitive dysfunctions are common clinical abnormalities found in society. They require objective analysis by various instruments; an important technique involves monitoring electroencephalogram (EEG) signals. To date, EEG machines have been robust, costly and require patients to come to a hospital for test. Therefore, we have constructed a simple, cheap and portable EEG instrument for wider patient use. It consists of two active digital EEG probes with two channels each, making it a four-channel portable acquisition system. It is further connected through a two-wire serial bus to the acquisition unit, which comprises an analogue to digital converter (ADC) and an ARM board processor with 2 GB memory and USB interface. The whole system is placed in a small box making it highly portable for wider use in clinical settings.


†Centre of Biomedical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, 110016, India.

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Name: Journal of medical engineering & technology
ISSN: 1464-522X


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