Using OMAP L-138 Oscilloscope function

So this morning we accomplished some great things in the project. We were able to acquire some sine waves and voice signals, filter them and see their waveform on the screen of a PC. Very exciting!

We are now working on integrating our ECG signal amplifier with this Oscope function in the OMAP, and we wish to have some real-time ECG processing soon.

Below some of the waveforms registered:

Sine Waves
Sine Waves
My voice signal saying "Biomedical"
My voice waveform when saying “Biomedical”
Biomedical Signal Processing, Updates

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.