I’m using Muse C++ Windows API to receive Raw EEG data.
In the documentation, we can read that the received values are in millivolts
The values I obtain from device, most often fall within the range 700-900 mV (milivolts),
while in many of EEG researches, data is analysed in real numbers, in the range of +/- 100 uV (microvolts).
Also, most algorithms for identifying interference from EMG or EEA operate on amplitudes and rejects everything outside the range +/- 80uV
What is the best approach for scaling Muse’s Raw EEG data from mV to +/- 100 uV ?