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Development of a Wearable fNIRS System Using Modular Electronic Optodes for Scalability

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We have developed a low-cost, wearable, and scalable fNIRS system, based on chains of compact and fiber-less electronic optodes, each containing a dual-color LED, photodiode, amplifier, analog to digital converter, and FPGA for demodulation.

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