"Almafa.org is a free computing environment for your engineering calculations."
Here's what you can use for your engineering calculations nowadays:
- Standalone tools (like TFilter)
- Matlab and its clones
Here's what I typically want to have when doing my engineering calculations:
- Design automation with scripts (no copying and pasting and clicking thousands of times)
- Proper physical quantity support (I don't want to deal with units)
- Huge library, easy sharing (I don't want to implement what has already been implemented)
- UI for the functions (perferably auto-generated, for easily trying out things)
It is still in a pre-alpha testing stage with many of the above stated functionality missing, but we are constantly adding new features. Visit almafa.org to try it out, or try out the even less stable development version at almafa.org/test.
"MobilECG is a lightweight 12-lead diagnostic ECG device that costs only $299, allowing even patients to buy it for themselves and provide reliable 12-lead measurements for doctors."
Here's a link to the failed crowdfunding campaign page: http://igg.me/at/mobilecg. What we offered here was a medical device for one tenth the normal price, but we didn't have enough money left for the promotion.
After a couple of failed attempts to get funding, I decided to publish the hardware design and source code under a license which will allow others to finalize and manufacture it, or reuse parts of it in other projects. You can download everything at mobilecg.hu.
Conctact me at peter dоt isza аt gmail dоt com.
C code generator
|Please note that the generated code is faster if the number of the taps is a power of 2.|
|Name of filter|
|Fixed point precision of taps|
|C type of coefficients|
|C type of accumulator (must be big enough to store the sum of all taps multiplied by the largest possible input signal)|
|Floating point type|
|Unroll convolution loop (only recommended if the number of taps is less than 40)|
Sample C++ code
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