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Comparing TDT Processors

The input/output configurations of each device have been tailored to support specific target applications.  For more detailed information, see the technical specifications for each device or contact TDT Sales today.

Part #

Target Applications

MIPS (max)

Sampling Rate (max)

D/A Channels

A/D Channels

Channel Processing

Digital I/O

- Neurophysiology > 32 ch.

- Evoked Potentials > 32 ch.

- Neurophysiology up to 32 ch.

- ECoG up to 64 ch.

- Electrical stimulation up to 128 ch.

- ABR & DPOAE

- 3D audio experiments

- Neurophysiology up to 32 ch.

- Microstimulation up to 16 ch.

- Audio display & feedback

- Control of external devices

- Multi-channel data acquisition

 

19200

4800

4800

4800

3000

~50 kHz

~50 kHz

~200 kHz

~50 kHz

~100 kHz

8 x 16-bit PCM

4 x 16-bit PCM

2 x 24-bit Sigma Delta

4 x 16-bit PCM

24 x16-bit3 PCM or 24-bit Sigma-Delta

8 x 16-bit PCM

4 x 16-bit PCM

2 x 24-bit Sigma Delta

4 x 16-bit PCM

16 x16-bit3 PCM or 24-bit Sigma-Delta

+128 ch.1

32 ch.

4 ch.

32 ch.2

No preamplifier connection

24 bits

24 bits

24 bits

24 bits

24 bits

 

1. An RZ2-8 can process 128 channels of online PCA or Tetrode sorting.  Simple time voltage sorting results in 256 channels per device.  Higher channel counts are possible when streaming to disk with the RS4 Data Streamer.  Multiple RZ2's can be used in parallel to accommodate any channel count configuration you desire.

 

2. Channel processing at 25khz

 

3. Maximum D/A plus A/D equal 24 channels

 

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