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Heart rate monitor using MSP430

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Hi,

 

I am a beginner and i am learning to code MSP430 using C++ to accept the values/ecg from simulator processing it and displaying on the 7-segment display......can anyone help me with the codes??  :(

It would be of great great help to me

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Sure we can help, but first we need to know more about the problem. Some helpful things would be

  • Code you are working with
  • More information on the ECG and how you are getting the data to the msp430 (serial.SPI,etc)
  • Any schematics / wiring diagrams

 

Once you give us that we can start assisting. 

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Halo SirPatrick,

 

ThankQ so much for the reply. Recently i have been studying alot about MSP430 but i dont understand how to implement this board for Heart Rate Monitor.

  • M gonna code MSP430 with the help of Code composer studio 5.3.0 software
  • I have no idea how should i get the ECG data to the MSP430   :-(  and I need to connect electrodes to myself to measurement of ECG but for instance m thinking of using ECG simulator or triangular waveform (by setting some threshold and measuring it).
  • m so sorry because i dont have any schematics or any diagrams but launchpad.MSP430 board  

I have attached the flow chat of my work, please let me know if my approach is correct or not

 

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You might want to checkout this kit made by Olimex:
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It utilizes a MSP430FG439 and the included demo software should do everything you need, however it appears to be written in IAR KickStart.

Details: https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/Biofeedback/MOD-EKG/  They have a PulseOx meter, too: https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/Biofeedback/MOD-PULSE/
This is based on TI application note slaa280a.pdf. Might be worth a look, too.

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