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'''Note that the difference between the naming/numbering of the two caps is that in the old caps have channels FP1 and FP2 as numbers #1 and #3 respectively, whereas in the new caps channels FP1 and FP2 have been knocked off and instead PO9 is #1 and PO10 is #3. ''' '''Note that the difference between the naming/numbering of the two caps is that in the old caps have channels FP1 and FP2 as numbers #1 and #3 respectively, whereas in the new caps channels FP1 and FP2 have been removed and instead PO9 is #1 and PO10 is #3. '''
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'''Attached [javascript:void(0);/*1247672864462*/ here] is also an Excel sheet with the Channel names, numbers and pins ''' Attached is also an Excel sheet with the Channel names, numbers and pins

The pictures below show the standard "10-20" system names for the EEG caps that are currently used in the MEG lab. This would be helpful in order to have a reference of where a channel number (1-74) is in terms of the 10-20 system. Since the MEG lab has two types of caps, the old blue ones and the newer white ones, there are two images below showing the channel names for both:

Old EEG Caps

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New EEG Caps

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Note that the difference between the naming/numbering of the two caps is that in the old caps have channels FP1 and FP2 as numbers #1 and #3 respectively, whereas in the new caps channels FP1 and FP2 have been removed and instead PO9 is #1 and PO10 is #3.

Attached is also an Excel sheet with the Channel names, numbers and pins

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