Eight-channel data set for clinical EEG transmission over dial-up telephone network
Telephone telemetry is becoming increasingly more applicable to health care delivery. Technical characteristics and results of field testing of a new eight-channel constant-bandwidth (CBW) frequency-modulated data set are described in this communication. These tests have shown that eight channels of quality EEG can now be successfully transmitted simultaneously over one conventional telephone line. Economic considerations and other applications are discussed.
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Gardner, R. M., Bennett, D. R., & Vorce, R. B. (1974). Eight-channel data set for clinical EEG transmission over dial-up telephone network. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 21, 246-9.
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