Rodent & Small Animal Electrophysiology
Record from multiple animals at the same time in head-fixed or free-moving paradigms. Integrated digital and analog I/O allow for simultaneous communication and control of external behavioral devices, optogenetic light sources, stimulators, reward delivery devices, or force-feedback devices. On-board processing allows for dynamic experiments that change with the animal’s electrophysiological or behavioral responses. Trellis’ integrated video recordings provides an easy way to correlate behavior with electrophysiological responses.
Use Xippmex MATLAB API to program closed-loop algorithms that generate flexible stimulation patterns based on neural activity.
Use Code-on-the-Box to run algorithms on a Grapevine processor to operate untethered from a PC.
The Grapevine System is designed for brain-machine interface (BMI) research. The modular system offers 32 to 512 channels of stimulation and recording and the ability to execute real-time closed-loop programs, making it ideal for translational applications.
Record EMG and LFP signals with the fully implantable Link-R 32 device. Customize the device by attaching your own electrodes to the implant. Use the Link in conjunction with the microelectrode front ends to correlate muscle and neural activity.
Large Animal Applications
EEG, EMG and ECoG
The Nomad processor, combined with the Surf S Front Ends, enables portable, freely-moving human EEG experiments. Ripple offers custom adapters to connect to commercial EEG Caps.
EMG With Functional Electrical Stimulation
Stimulate nerve or muscle for functional movement restoration while recording EMG and movement parameters (i.e. force, joint angle, etc.) for closed-loop control.