Portable Realtime Processors
Portable Realtime Processors

Smarter. Smaller. Wireless.
Next-generation research system
Thanks to Ripple’s proprietary processors, you no longer need a rack-full of equipment to get the data you need. A single processor is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and yet is powerful enough to record up to 512 channels of high-bandwidth electrophysiological data, while performing closed-loop stimulation on any or all channels, all processed directly on the device for minimal latency. Ripple’s flagship processor, the Nomad, provides wireless communication via WiFi, and is designed for impact resistance and durability, allowing you to use it where other processors don’t dare to go.

Simultaneous Recording and Stimulation
Simultaneous Recording and Stimulation

Simultaneous Recording and Stimulation Every channel, anytime.
With unmatched signal quality and flexibility
Developed under DARPA, DoD and SBIR funding, Ripple’s proprietary ASICs allow you to stimulate and record on every channel. Unlike bulky and noisy switching headstages, Ripple’s Front Ends offer exceptional signal quality and low noise, in a compact package. Additionally, Ripple’s proprietary fast-settle technology makes stimulation artifacts almost disappear, allowing you to record resultant spikes even on the channels stimulation is delivered on.

Implantable Technologies
Implantable Technologies

Novel technologies for novel applications.
Ripple is at the forefront of implantable technology, developing devices that range from eliminating infection-prone percutaneous connections in primate research, to rugged implants that can last in excess of 10 years for human prosthetics.

Portable Realtime Processors
Portable Realtime Processors
Smarter. Smaller. Wireless.
Next-generation research system.

Thanks to Ripple’s proprietary processors, you no longer need a rack full of equipment to get the data you need. A single processor is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and yet is powerful enough to record up to 512 channels of high-bandwidth electrophysiological data, while performing closed-loop stimulation on any or all channels, all processed directly on the device for minimal latency. Ripple’s flagship processor, the Nomad, provides wireless communication via WiFi, and is designed for high-impact durability, allowing you to use it where other processors don’t dare to go.

Simultaneous Recording and Stimulation
Simultaneous Recording and Stimulation
Every channel, anytime.
With unmatched signal quality and flexibility

Developed under DARPA, DoD and SBIR funding, Ripple’s proprietary ASICs allow you to stimulate and record on every channel. Unlike bulky switching headstages, Ripple’s Front Ends offer exceptional signal quality and low noise, in a compact package. Additionally, Ripple’s proprietary fast-settle technology makes stimulation artifacts almost disappear, allowing you to record resultant spikes even on the channels stimulation is delivered on.

Implantable Technologies
IMPLANTABLE TECHNOLOGIES
Novel technologies for novel applications.

Ripple is at the forefront of implantable technology, developing devices that range from eliminating infection-prone percutaneous connections in primate research, to rugged implants that can last in excess of 10 years for human prosthetics.

Ripple products are designed, serviced, and built in-house.

All Ripple products are designed, built and serviced in-house, resulting in the most cutting edge systems and products, and unmatched support.

Ripple processors are backed by a 5 year warranty.

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SALES

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Jessi Mischel, PhD

Lead Research Sales Engineer

Jessi earned her Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. at University of Pittsburgh working with Dr. Aaron Batista to develop novel tools for studying sensorimotor integration and assessing the efficacy of new forms of providing feedback to prosthetic users. She has always had an affinity for hardware, which has served her well as the Lead Research Sales Engineer at Ripple for the last year and a half.

jessi@rppl.com

SUPPORT

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Jonathan Landes, PhD

Lead Research Support Engineer

Jonathan earned his Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. at Washington University in St. Louis working in the motor neurophysiology lab of Daniel Moran. His research focused on the design and implementation of algorithms for Brain-Computer Interfaces and he has a passion for applying signal processing and machine learning techniques to translate neural signals into the recovery of lost motor function.

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