Our ECG Amplifier works!

Last month an important milestone in this project was achieved! The final ECG circuit was finally assembled, specified, and tested! That was the first time we achieved a real-time ECG signal on the screen of our laboratory’s oscilloscope.

You can check out the video of our first ECG signal here (I apologize for the quality of the video, we did not have a good camera to register this moment).

The tutorial for this accomplishment and the steps to reproduce it are listed here. Please feel free to check it out. Any comments and suggestions are welcomed!

About fcarval1

Felipe L. Carvalho is a senior in the Electrical Engineering program at Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Boca Raton - FL. At FAU, he is part of the Innovation Leadership Honors Program and as part of his undergraduate studies, is currently working on his Honors Project "Biomedical Signal Processing." Additionally, he is a co-op at BlackBerry, where he works closely with principles of telecommunications and software testing. He is a Tau Beta Pi certified member, where he also volunteers as Chair of the Student Outreach Committee. Felipe is an IEEE student member for the 2013-2014 academic year and his research interests include Biomedical Engineering, Control, Power, and Energy Systems.