Introducing the All New PZ5 Neuro-Digitizer


TDT's PZ5 combines exceptional performance and unprecedented versatility to deliver the absolute best neurological signal capture available today. This next generation, digitizing amplifier functions as the front-end for TDT's popular RZ System, offering a direct upgrade path for customers currently using the PZ2 and PZ3 Amplifiers or serving as a high performance option for new customers.

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New! Tetrode Analysis with Spike Pac


Now you can quickly add real-time tetrode analysis to your experiments with SpikePac for OpenEx. SpikePac builds on existing OpenEx functionality to simplify experiment configuration and incorporates a broader range of spike sorting techniques and performance enhancing tools.

New Tools for Tetrode Recording and Analysis:

  • User Selectable Feature Projections: Peak, Peak-to-Peak, Energy and More
  • Visual Cluster Cutting
  • Flexible Interface with History Buffer for Better Performance When Changing Views
  • Hunt Mode for Electrode Placement

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Tucker-Davis Technologies, systems have been cited in over 2500 publications, with over 1500 references since 2003.



Dayu Lin, Maureen P. Boyle, Piotr Dollar, Hyosang Lee, E. S. Lein, Pietro Perona & David J. Anderson study functional identification of an aggression
locus in the mouse hypothalamus here...

Karunesh Ganguly, Lavi Secundo, Gireeja Ranade, Amy Orsborn, Edward F. Chang, Dragan F. Dimitrov,
Jonathan D. Wallis, Nicholas M. Barbaro, Robert T. Knight, and Jose M. Carmena study the Cortical Representation of Ipsilateral Arm Movements in
Monkey and Man

Edward F. Chang, Jochem W. Rieger, Keith Johnson, Mitchel S. Berger, Nicholas M. Barbaro, and Robert T. Knight demonstrate direct evidence for acoustic-to-higher order phonetic level encoding of speech sounds in the human language receptive cortex. Report available here and article available here...

Johanna Rimmele, Hajnal Jolsvai, and Elyse Sussman study how Auditory Target Detection Is Affected by Implicit Temporal and Spatial Expectations; article available here...

Susan Leemburga, Vladyslav V. Vyazovskiya, Umberto Olcesea, Claudio L. Bassettid, Giulio Tononia,
and Chiara Cirellia use TDT system to record good-quality awake EEGs in sleep restriction study. The article is availble here...

Takaki Komiyama, Takashi R. Sato, Daniel H. O’Connor, Ying-Xin Zhang, Daniel Huber, Bryan M. Hooks,
Mariano Gabitto & Karel Svoboda investigate learning-related fine-scale specificity in the motor cortex circuits of behaving mice. Article available here...

Y. Ben-Shaul, L.C. Katz, R. Mooney, and C. Dulac develope a unique preparation that allows controlled and repeated stimulus delivery to the vomeronasal organ (VNO) in order to study the role of the vomeronasal system in both conspecific and interspecific recognition in rodents. Article available here...

Karunesh Ganguly, Lavi Secundo, Gireeja Ranade, Amy Orsborn, Edward F. Chang, Dragan F. Dimitrov, Jonathan D. Wallis, Nicholas M. Barbaro, Robert T. Knight, and Jose M. Carmena characterize the distributed neural representation of ipsilateral upper limb kinematics in both monkey and man. Article available here...

Jack DiGiovanna, Prapaporn Rattanatamrong, Ming Zhao, Babak Mahmoudi, Linda Hermer, Renato Figueiredo, Jose C . Principe, Jose Fortes and Justin C . Sanchez take a close look at a cyber-workstation for computational neuroscience. Article available here...

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TDT Users In The News...

The Daily Mail reports on the work of Dr. Dayu Lin and colleagues at the New York University in their article "Sex and violence are closely linked in the brain, scientists discover." here...


The New York Times reports on the work of Dr. Giulio Tononi and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin in their article "Sizing Up Consciousness by Its Bits." here...

Health Day reports on the work of Collen Le Prell and colleagues at the University of Florida. "Finding suggests that it may be possible to create a pill that protects against noise-induced and even age-related hearing loss in humans." here...

The work of Robert Frisina and collegues at the University of Rochester makes the news in an article discussing the brain's role in age-related hearing loss here...

Justin Williams and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin testing electrical stimulation of the tongue as an adjunct to visual feedback for brain-controlled computer interfaces. Article available here...