With the click of a mouse, you can select the recording you want to export in its averaged state, as presented on the screen. This will save an XML file on your hard drive. You can view the XML file in Microsoft® Excel, MATLAB® or similar analysis software.
The export waveform/session function is available on saved recordings that are created on an Eclipse with the Research Module license, even when viewed on another PC. This gives the ability to collect data in one location and analyze in another without the need for a connection to the Eclipse.
Import WAV files
The Research Module allows you to import WAV files (including speech stimuli), which you can use as stimuli in evoked potential testing.
The data logging function allows you to save (log) all sweeps, meaning you can 'replay' the entire recording in analysis software such as Microsoft® Excel or MATLAB®. From here, you can modify many test parameters (e.g. change the filtering or apply weighted averaging in a replay of all the sweeps) and reassess the resulting waveform.
You can apply data logging to both custom research protocols and the standard default protocols. The logged sweeps are saved in three text files on the hard-drive.Download Research Module brochure
„The Eclipse has the largest number of clinically-relevant features of any auditory evoked potential (AEP) device today. The platform is an excellent blend of parameter flexibility and user-friendliness.“
Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) are not just an essential tool in newborn hearing screening, but also in clinical audiology. Clinical OAE gives you the option to perform a comprehensive assessment of the inner ear and the cochlea.