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ADS1298ECGFE-PDK: How can I connect the ADS1299EEGFE-PDK to thirt party software like Matlab?

Part Number: ADS1298ECGFE-PDK
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ADS1299

William Croft, supporter from OpenBCI does not want to support the ADS1299EEGFE-PDK

his arguments are the proprietary TI connection of the board to TI software, and that it was not designed for medical purposes. I don t want to use it for medical purposes, and it is a pitty that there is no OpenBCI support for this board, since it is the most low-cost high quality EEG device I could find.

I put here together helpful information about the TI EEG board:

For a 8 channels EEG Data Aquisition System:

For 32 channels EEG Data Aquisition System :

These papers state, that the ADS1299 Performance Demonstration Kit is has an easy-to-use evaluation software for Microsoft Windows, which can be interfaced with MATLAB.

This statement is in contradiction to the statements of OpenBCI supporter William Croft, who says the TI board cannot be interfaced to third party software.

What is true?

The above papers say it can be interfaced with Matlab. I went through the manual of the TI EEG board. But I could not find any information how to connect the board to thirt party software.

How can I connect the ADS1299EEGFE-PDK to thirt party software like Matlab?

  • Hi Rene,

    The ADS1299 EVM was primarily designed to operate with the TI based ADS1299 GUI.

    It may be possible to interface to 3rd party software like Matlab but you will need to develop your own firmware to control the EVM interface via Matlab.

    TI will not be able to support you with your firmware / software development.

    As you have pointed out, there are multiple researchers who have done this integration on their own effort.