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   Digitalization rate” is an important parameter indicating the number of samples per second of your acquired data. Since this parameter influences many algorithms of data analysis and visualization, we recommend paying a particular attention to it.

INTERPOLATION MODE” (can be 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4). The default is 1. It determines slightly different strategies of waveforms extraction and their alignment (depending on spike duration, acquisition rate etc.). The detail information is indicated in the table 1 below:

 “Inverse signal” is inverting the signal (ON) or leave it unchanged (OFF, default).

  

Table 1

Interpolation mode

Length of extracted waveform, samples

Location of the peak, sample

Interpolation rate, times

Overall length of interpolated waveform, samples

Cut out samples, beginning /end

Length of resulting waveform, samples

0

12

4

3

36

6/6

24

1

18

7

2

36

6/6

24

2

36

12

2

72

4/4

64

3

36

14

1

36

6/6

24

4

72

24

1

72

4/4

64

 

 


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