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Experimenter BioRadio
A version of Experimenter specifically designed for the BioRadio wireless ambulatory data acquisition device.   Perfect for humans, primates and large animals where a wide range of electrophysiological and physiological signals need to be acquired -- without wires.   Easy-to-use and flexible for typical and custom experimental protocols.

Click HERE for more information about what's included with a SciWorks BioRadio package.
Experimenter BioRadio is a SciWorks plugin for real-time WIRELESS recording, data acquisition, data analysis and experimental control using the BioRadio. It is the perfect solution for physiological and psychological research in basic or clinical research environments.

DataWave knows that your research changes and projects come and go. So, in addition to the wireless technology of the BioRadio, the Experimenter BioRadio easy-to-use interface lets you create and design experiments specific to your changing research needs. And unlike other software packages that simply stream data to disk, the power and flexibility of Experimenter BioRadio gives you true control over your experiment as well as the real-time and post experiment data analysis.

Whether you are on the leading-edge of science or simply need a way to automate day-to-day lab procedures, Experimenter BioRadio will simplify your experimentation, improve productivity and minimize costs.

The Experimenter BioRadio plugin is integrated as the complete SciWorks BioRadio Data Acquisition package which you will find to be a reliable and much used tool in your lab.
BioRadio Interface / Recording
- Full support and control for up to 8 BioRadios simultaneously
- Acquire different channels using different sampling rates and A/D gain factors
- Calibrate data in terms of "user units" such as temperature, pressure, flow, etc.
- Record both acquired and analyzed data to disk for off-line processing
- All data items are timestamped to 1 microsecond resolution with a high resolution clock
- Support for DataWave's VideoBench (Video Capture, Tracking and Monitoring)
Data Analysis
- All Analysis can be performed while data is being acquired or from file playback
- Detect and extract events based on software window discriminators
- Extract key waveform parameters such as peak, valley, area, dV/dt, and many others
- Flow/Volume Loop
- Konno-Mead Plots
- Waveform averaging
- Event or spike triggered averaging
- Digital filtering
- Detect waveform bursts
- Rate meters and rate gauges
- Firing rate grids
- Signal conditioning such as auto-baseline and waveform smoothing
- Statistical calculations for waveform and single value data
- Fourier Analysis including various power calculations
- Sonograms and spectrograms
- Acquire to a real time spreadsheet for custom analysis and reporting
- Perform math operations defined by custom equations to operate on single value or array data (i.e. histograms or waveforms)
- Curve fitting of single values
Data Display
- All data can be displayed while data is being acquired or analyzed
- Windows for displaying all types of data, including both acquired and analyzed
- Windows can be zoomed, auto-scaled, and both x and y axes can be controlled independently
- Extremely fast display options
- Numerous window controls for controlling windows independently or as a group
- Automatically hide, show and bring to top windows during experiment execution
Markers, Messaging and Data Annotation
- An unlimited number of flags and trial information can be recorded simultaneously with data
- Extensive updating capabilities of stimulus, counter, digital I/O in trial markers
- Trial markers and messages recorded in data files provide extensive off-line analysis capabilities
- Unique ability to assign identification (ID) information to different types of data
- Interactive marker editing (insert, move, delete) provided post experiment using the SciWorks DataView components.
External Equipment Interfacing and Control
- Interface for acquiring video with the DataWave's VideoBench (Video Capture, Tracking and Monitoring)
- *Interface for control of external hardware using TTL triggering and Digital IO
File Output and Data Replay
- Write to or read from one or more files simultaneously during experimentation
- High performance file format allows for multiple data types (including raw, analyzed and markers) to be saved to the same file
- Multiple formats supported for both import and export (i.e. DDF, WorkBench, Discovery, ABF, CED, Neuralynx, Plexon, EDF, NEV and ASCII)
- Data can be replayed from file just as it was acquired using slower, actual, or faster timing
- Drag & Drop, Copy & Paste complete files or selected data for replay and analysis
Experimental Control, Execution and Timing
- Multiple procedures can be executed simultaneously and independently of each other
- Dynamically change experiment parameters while the experiment is executing
- Conditional experiment execution based on experimental results and external equipment
- Timers, counters and looping controls for automated experimentation
Custom User Interface
- Design your own menus to use during real-time and file playback
- Design your own dialogs to use both at real-time and file playback
Calibration
- Work with calibrated and non-calibrated data in the same experiment
- Both manual and automatic calibration techniques
- Calibration information saved to data files for easy replay of data in calibrated format
- Calibration settings can be stored in files and recalled for different types of experimentation
Timing Calibration
- Timing calibration provides synchronization for all timing mechanisms
- Timing calibration gaurantees high resolution timing for experiments lasting hours, days, weeks etc.
- Automatic timing calibration methods simplify the calibration process
- Timing calibrations can be stored on a "per device" basis
Experimental Design and User Interaction
- Complex experimental protocol can be easily created using a combination of events and objects
- Real-time logging of experiment protocols and execution
- Design status warn when settings are incomplete or incorrect even before execution
- Experiment protocols are easily defined with common defaults and intuitive settings
- Unlimited number of experimental definitions can be created, saved and recalled at any time
- Multithreaded and event driven execution for Windows XP, 7 & 8
- Experiment execution allows complete user interaction
- Complete and thorough online help system, tutorials and samples make Experimenter easy to use
 *Requires an additional PCI Card or USB device for Digital IO
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Computer & Operating System Requirements
- Windows 7, 8 or 10
- CD-ROM
- 35 Mb free disk space for installation
- Additional free disk space for data files (experiment dependent)
- A USB port is required when using Experimenter with the BioRadio
- CPU speed and memory requirements can vary depending on the type of experimentation.

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