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Hi there all
I have couple of questions regarding the ADS1293 and its evaluation board and your help is highly appreciated
1- How can I enable the Bluetooth chip on the evaluation board and get the output signal from it ? and can I use the related software to show the signal on the PC using the Bluetooth not the cable ?
2- How can I know the exact data rate coming out from the board and what is the form of the output data ?
3- which pin has my converted final output and is it coming out through the cable when I connect it to my PC ?
And have a nice day all
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In reply to Sergio:
Thank you Sergio for your reply yes it is the evaluation board that I have , now allow me to ask another question :
the other chip on the evaluation board is a micro controller but I don't understand what it does exactly so do you know how the data flow between the analog front end and the micro controller
And can I display the output through arduino uno deice using the SPI port on the board ?
In reply to Shaimaa Abdallah:
Thank you very much Sergio , this was very helpful and I couldn't find the EVM firmware hex file you referred to , so can you provide a link to that please
Is it possible to read the data from the EVM through Matlab because I am having a problem identifying which port is my EVM using to make my code work properly , when I used the Device manager the EVM appears as NSC_USB not under the ports and COMS
So do you know a way to help me know which port my EVM is using so I can correct this code :
board = serial('COM1', 'BaudRate', 853, 'DataBits',8)
How can I erase the flash memory of the MSP430 as recommended in the previous post
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