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Our free guide: Kaha Telemetry for Neurophysiology

Download our free guide: Kaha Telemetry for Neurophysiology

Kaha telemeters wirelessly record and transmit physiological signals. To learn which telemeter best suits your research, download our Kaha Telemetry for Neurophysiology Guide.

Kaha Sciences sets the new standard in quality and power for implantable, wireless telemetry. Our telemeters are the best option for researchers, allowing you to record continuous data from freely moving animals with accuracy, reliability, and sensitivity.

Make the best decision for your research

Wireless telemetry allows you to work with conscious, freely moving animals. With fully implantable wireless telemetry you can achieve better results with fewer animals, less handling, less risk of infection, and less human interference in animal activity.

2kHz continuous high fidelity data transmission ensures every event is accurately recorded. This level of data clarity for continuous monitoring over days, weeks, or months, lends itself to automated processing and signal detection; freeing up more time to focus on research outcomes.

Rechargeable wireless telemetry means the telemeters work on your schedule. Our rechargeable telemetry system survives delays, so you have one less thing to worry about. Now you can rely on high quality, clear, physiological signals whether your experiments started on time, were delayed by a few days, or by a few months.

This helpful guide to Kaha Telemetry for Neurophysiology breaks down the benefits of telemetry, so you can make the best choice for your next experiment.

Topics include:

  • The benefits of telemetry
  • How Kaha makes the most of telemetry technology
  • Using telemetry for sleep, seizure, or long-term research
Kaha Telemetry for Neurophysiology Guide

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