Fi-Wi OSE system features the opto-electric cannula with one LED and up to four recording electrodes, the fiberless and wireless headstage for communication between the cannula and the base station, and finally the base station that configures the stimulation and recording parameters and displays the real-time data.
The Fiberless and Wireless Headstage records electrophysiological data form brain electrodes, controls the activation of an implanted LED and transfers all the information to the electrophysiology console.
The Fi-Wi Cannulas are opto-electric devices designed to be chronically implanted on the skull of an animal.
The Electrophysiology Console is a FPGA based component that control bi-lateral wireless communication between the computer and the Fi-Wi headstage.
The USB charger is a device that can recharge the headstage battery in less than 20 minutes.