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