App Note: HumSilencer: Silence the noise, keep your signal

Posted: 21 December 2015 | | No comments yet

In this application note you will learn how to successfully eliminate line-frequency interference without causing electrophysiology signal distortion…

Line-frequency pickup, also known as electrical hum, is the most common source of background noise that interferes with biological signals of interest in electrophysiology experiments. 

Application note: HumSilencer: Silence the noise, keep your signal

In this application note you will learn more about how the HumSilencer™ Adaptive Noise Cancellation feature of the Axon™ Digidata® 1550A digitizer (Molecular Devices) successfully eliminates line-frequency interference without causing signal distortion. 

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