Auditory evoked potentials (AEP) can be simultaneously recorded on-line as a succession of 11 waves, through a single input channel of a mini-computer. Since the response waves differ widely in frequency, a computing routine has been developed to display the whole response pattern in a single picture. Based upon a non-linear samples reduction of the digitized response, this routine allows a logarithmic transformation of the time axis. The method improves the identification of the AEP components and provides an objective estimate of the central auditory pathway for both neurophysiological and neuroclinical studies.

Logarithmic display of auditory evoked potentials

ARSLAN, EDOARDO;
1982

Abstract

Auditory evoked potentials (AEP) can be simultaneously recorded on-line as a succession of 11 waves, through a single input channel of a mini-computer. Since the response waves differ widely in frequency, a computing routine has been developed to display the whole response pattern in a single picture. Based upon a non-linear samples reduction of the digitized response, this routine allows a logarithmic transformation of the time axis. The method improves the identification of the AEP components and provides an objective estimate of the central auditory pathway for both neurophysiological and neuroclinical studies.
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