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  Subject:   I want to share a open EMG design for surface signal decomposition
 
From:   joshua w. Date:   18 May 2009 6:48 pm  
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  I want to share a open EMG design for surface signal decomposition.
Ok I guess it could be used with other electrodes but what I want to provide is a experamental EMG design like the open eeg but for this purpose and to have the idea grow with the community to have people be able to make use of this techology.

I have experiance designing printed circuit boards in kicad and built a arduino in kicad.
I have published schematics on sourceforge.
I have a BS in EET.
I am less experianced in knowing the phisiology of a system that can work with multiple electrodes that are active electrodes with built in amplifiers and maby analog to digital converters. To retreve data in the frequency range and bandwith and amplfication nessisary.

Lets work together we can all benifit.
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  Subject:   Re: I want to share a open EMG design for surface signal decomposition
 
From:   Rune Thorsen Date:   25 Feb 2014 8:04 pm  
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  Are you still interrested?
joshua w. wrote:
>I want to share a open EMG design for surface signal decomposition.
>Ok I guess it could be used with other electrodes but what I want to provide is a experamental EMG design like the open eeg but for this purpose and to have the idea grow with the community to have people be able to make use of this techology.
>
>I have experiance designing printed circuit boards in kicad and built a arduino in kicad.
>I have published schematics on sourceforge.
>I have a BS in EET.
>I am less experianced in knowing the phisiology of a system that can work with multiple electrodes that are active electrodes with built in amplifiers and maby analog to digital converters. To retreve data in the frequency range and bandwith and amplfication nessisary.
>
>Lets work together we can all benifit.
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