Computer controlled measuring card allows generattion of high frequency signals, simultaneously measure signals and display them on a desktop application. We offer custom design setups and accessories based on user’s needs and requrements.
Frequency range: 100 kHz to 1 MHz
Our product is affordable. We offer also cooperation agreements in research and/or developement.
Because of our browser app you can also set your device parameters with your smartphone or tablet. Fast and easy.
With our system you can design and prepare an experiment fast and easy. Web application is simple to use and optimized for experiments in pulsed ultrasound.
We are a motivated young group based in Ljubljana, Slovenia with backgrounds in electrical engineering, computer science, physics, economics and medicine. Under the guidance of our mentors from University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Faculty of Medicine we are working on creating an ultrasound system for use in biomedical research that will be capable of modulating activity of the cells . We firmly believe that ultrasonic modulation will be a "game changer" in various disciplines in medicine and are working hard to provide you with the best tools to be a trailblazer in this exciting research field.
In this experiment we will stimulate neurons in the peripheral nervous system, specifically tactile and thermoreceptors in a finger. To measure the effect of ultrasonic stimulation we will use an EEG. We expect to see electrical activity on the EEG trace in the area of the scalp corresponding to the representation of the stimulated finger Read more about Stimulation of tactile and thermoreceptors in humans[…]
Our goal is to prove that our device can stimulate neurons. We will conduct our experiment based on William J. Tyler’s article from 2008. Slices of rat hippocampus will be stimulated with low-intensity, low frequency ultrasound generated by our device. During the experiment, the slices will be in a solution containing, along with everything needed Read more about Stimulation of rat hippocampal slices[…]