[EEG] wireless?

Rachel McConnell rachel at xtreme.com
Sat Mar 28 10:19:19 PDT 2009


Huh, I had the impression that the noise source was local radiation
being picked up by the wires, which were acting as antennas.  So I guess
removing the wires would reduce that, at the cost of adding more local
radiation sources.  What about the wires to the sensors though, or am I
completely wrong about the sources of noise?

Rachel

Tracy Jacobs wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Thanks to everyone who came to the meeting last night, I'm really
> excited about the group.  After everyone went home I was talking to
> Michael Kan, who had some interesting ideas about engineering the EEG. 
> I encouraged him to join us next time.  He suggested we make the
> connection between the EEG and the computer wireless, using a bluetooth
> device, to reduce noise and also to ensure safety by having the circuits
> completely separate from one another.  I don't have any bluetooth
> device, but if any of you do, bring it along next time.  I will bring a
> box  for the circuit boards.
> 
> Tracy
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