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Telemetry

Telemetry is wireless technology that lets researchers record and transfer data from a remote system. Sensors at the source measure data and send the data to a receiver.

The use of telemetry in animal research is a recommended industry practice for improved animal welfare. Using wireless telemetry lets researchers work with conscious, freely moving animals and reduces stress artifacts in the research data. Wireless telemetry is suitable for studies that need continuous recording for extended periods and is useful for the ability to record multiple data points from a single subject.

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Telemetry with ADInstruments

For the wireless recording of a variety of biological signals in small animals, ADInstruments offers our telemetry brand, Kaha Sciences.
 
Extensively used globally in academic and research institutions as well as biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, Kaha systems paired with PowerLab and LabChart sets the new standard in quality and power for implantable, wireless telemetry in rats and mice.

Measure true high-fidelity signals such as ventricular and arterial pressures, sympathetic nerve activity (SNA), biopotentials (e.g. ECG, EMG & EEG), and tissue oxygen.

Benefits of telemetry 
The use of telemetry within animal research is beneficial for a wide array of reasons and is a recommended industry practice for improved animal welfare.

  • Ability to work with conscious, freely moving animals
  • Improved animal welfare and reduced stress artefacts results in improved data quality
  • Suitable to studies requiring continuous recording across extended periods
  • Ability to record multiple data points from a single subject
  • Lowered animal costs

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