Subject Interface Amplifiers
The Subject Interface Module (SIM) is the control object for the SI2, SI4, and SI8 devices. It connects to a special DSP-M card in your RZ processor. The Subject Interface is configurable with stimulator cards (IZV), analog amplifier cards (PZA), or digital headstage interface cards (PZD). Because of the diversity in functionality of this device, each card type has its own "Sub-HAL" object within Synapse that is used to configure those cards. The acquisition and stimulation all happen within the Sub-HALs, which are all independent objects in the Processing Tree.
PZA Analog Amplifier & PZD Digital Headstage Interface
The PZA & PZD can split the available boards into sub-amps which are completely isolated from one another.
PZA & PZD Options
PZA Analog Options and PZD Digital Options.
'Auto' low pass filter settings for different sub amp sampling rates
See the SIM section of the System 3 Manual for more information about configuring and using the PZA amplifier and PZD interface.