High Performance Electrophysiology Recording and Experiment Control
Cheetah Software provides the ultimate, high performance electrophysiology recording and experiment control software available for neural signal processing, display, recording and network data distribution for customized, online experiment analysis and control. Through excellent software design and efficient CPU usage, Cheetah is able to process 512 input electrode channels.
Developed over the past 15 years for Single Unit Action Potential and LFP research experiments, Cheetah provides the signal and data processing features and performance needed for this demanding field with the flexibility to easily configure electrode input channel assignments and signal processing options needed for your specific experiments.
Cheetah 5.7 adds native 32- and 64-bit Windows® support for increased memory usage and higher performance, plus:
- FFT feedback display window type for quick signal evaluation
- New data files per recording option
- Automatic switching of data files at a maximum time for easier handling of smaller files
- Raw Data File playback options to set starting point and playback file speed adjustments
- Support for multiple NetCom client applications simultaneously (thus less need for the NetCom Router)
With Cheetah, input channel signals may be “cloned” and processed with multiple parameters, such as different low and high frequency bands for EEG and spikes. Our NetCom library supports distributed data analysis and experiment control, enabling you to focus on custom analysis and control programs for your experiments without being concerned about the details of data acquisition engineering. And the integrated Video Tracking Software (VTS) supports many modes, such as multiple “targets” for position, navigation, head direction and Grid cell experiments/studies.
Cheetah seamlessly integrates with all of Neuralynx’s recent hardware acquisition subsystems - Digital Lynx SX, Cube-64 telemetry and Digital Multiplexing Headstages (Intan) – as well as with the older Cheetah 32/64 analog amplifier systems. This extends your investment made in laboratory equipment.