A Not Quite Random Number Generator (NQRNG)

September 13, 2010 | Matt Shotwell

I connected the instrumentation amplifier described in an earlier post to a piezoelectric transducer (buzzer) and made recordings at 5000 gain. The plot below shows 1000 such measurements over 1.0 seconds. There is a 4.0 second (at 1000Hz) sample of the data here piezo.csv. There is a clear sinusoidal signal in these data ... [Read more...]

ECG Project

September 8, 2010 | Matt Shotwell

In an earlier post, I described some ECG signal processing. In fact, these recordings were from my own heart, and I had collected them using a homemade ECG. The following is a repost from my old site describing the device. I assembled an instrumentation amplifier to measure cardiac potentials (i.... [Read more...]

ECG Signal Processing

March 24, 2010 | Matt Shotwell

After reading (most of) “The Scientists and Engineers Guide to Digital Signal Processing” by Steven W. Smith, PhD, I decided to take a second crack at the ECG data. I wrote a set of R functions that implement a windowed (Blackman) sinc low-pass filter. The convolution of filter kernel with ...
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