A Summary of Current and New Methods in Velocity Selective Recording (VSR) of Electroneurogram (ENG)

John Taylor, Benjamin Metcalfe, Christopher Clarke, Daniel Chew, Thomas Nielsen, Nick Donaldson

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This paper describes the theory of velocity selective recording (VSR) of neural signals including some new developments. In particular new limits on available selectivity using bandpass filters are introduced and discussed. Existing work has focussed primarily on electrically evoked compound action potentials (CAPs) where only a single evoked response per velocity is recorded. This paper extends the theory of VSR to naturally occurring neural signals recorded from rat and describes a practical method to estimate the level of activity (firing rates) within particular velocity ranges.

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Conference2015 IEEE International Symposium on VLSI
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityMontepllier
Period7/07/1510/07/15

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Taylor, J., Metcalfe, B., Clarke, C., Chew, D., Nielsen, T., & Donaldson, N. (2015). A Summary of Current and New Methods in Velocity Selective Recording (VSR) of Electroneurogram (ENG). Paper presented at 2015 IEEE International Symposium on VLSI, Montepllier, UK United Kingdom.

A Summary of Current and New Methods in Velocity Selective Recording (VSR) of Electroneurogram (ENG). / Taylor, John; Metcalfe, Benjamin; Clarke, Christopher; Chew, Daniel; Nielsen, Thomas; Donaldson, Nick.

2015. Paper presented at 2015 IEEE International Symposium on VLSI, Montepllier, UK United Kingdom.

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Taylor, J, Metcalfe, B, Clarke, C, Chew, D, Nielsen, T & Donaldson, N 2015, 'A Summary of Current and New Methods in Velocity Selective Recording (VSR) of Electroneurogram (ENG)' Paper presented at 2015 IEEE International Symposium on VLSI, Montepllier, UK United Kingdom, 7/07/15 - 10/07/15, .
Taylor J, Metcalfe B, Clarke C, Chew D, Nielsen T, Donaldson N. A Summary of Current and New Methods in Velocity Selective Recording (VSR) of Electroneurogram (ENG). 2015. Paper presented at 2015 IEEE International Symposium on VLSI, Montepllier, UK United Kingdom.
Taylor, John ; Metcalfe, Benjamin ; Clarke, Christopher ; Chew, Daniel ; Nielsen, Thomas ; Donaldson, Nick. / A Summary of Current and New Methods in Velocity Selective Recording (VSR) of Electroneurogram (ENG). Paper presented at 2015 IEEE International Symposium on VLSI, Montepllier, UK United Kingdom.
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