C5505 evm ecg interface in simulink

Discussion in 'Programmer's Corner' started by talhak, May 30, 2011.

  1. talhak

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    May 30, 2011
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    hi,
    I have C5505 EVM, and I am doing ECG implementation on it. So far I have successfully got the results of ECGs. Now I am trying to interface the Kit with the Matlab/Simulink. i achieved signals Simulink using Instrument Toolbox in simulink but the output is all noisy. i also have to differentiate between ecg leads signals for further analysis. Please if anyone can advice me on this...


    Talha.
     
  2. guitarguy12387

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    Can you give us some technical info? Schematics, code, block diagrams, etc...

    Noise could be from lots of different things... can you quantify it? Picture?
     
  3. talhak

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    May 30, 2011
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    hi,
    Thanks for the reply...I am posting the block diagram of the simulink model. i have applied the DeMux but the scope is showing this kind of the output. I think the simulink is showing all output of different leads of ECG together...

    i have attached the file as u can see, i used 9 scopes cause i thought serial data is comprise of 99 channels. but all scopes have this kind of output with some changes and amplitude is very much...

    One thing more i dont understand the DATA SIZE option in SERIAL RECIEVE BLOCK PROPERTIES...
     
  4. sooraj kumar12

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    Could you please send me the Simulation models and various codes? I urgently need them. help will b appreciated.Thank u.
     
  5. ActivePower

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    Please do not try to hijack someone else's thread. Also asking for someone to 'give away' their project like that isn't very nice.

    @talhak
    It could have something to do with how you framed the serial data when sending it to MATLAB. There is a chance of flooding the serial buffer in the absence of any form of signalling or flow control which can cause 'noisy' output - you might miss some data too. How exactly are you framing your packets? Is there a sufficient delay in sending them?

    How do you know that? Did you test it with some other equipment?

    The more details you could give, the better.

    Hope this helps.
     
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