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BRAIN–MACHINE INTERFACES

Increasing power efficiency

Narrow-bandwidth signals and relaxed neural-recording parameters can substantially reduce the power requirements of brain–machine interfaces without degrading their performance.

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Fig. 1: Two strategies for reducing the power requirements of brain–machine interfaces.

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Slutzky, M.W. Increasing power efficiency. Nat Biomed Eng 4, 937–938 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41551-020-00631-7

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