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Android ElektorCardioscope (1)

Wireless, button-free: Bluetooth & touch screen

Based on a Labs project | July 2012 | Find it here
Android ElektorCardioscope (1)
The title says it all—this article describes an electrocardioscope you can build yourself, using an Android tablet or smartphone as a wireless terminal for viewing the electrocardiograms. The project involves skillfully combining a small PIC interface to control an analog input stage with a great deal of software.
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