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Real-time EEG signal processing based on TI’s TMS320C6713 DSK AbstractAs one of the most powerful DSP products of Texas Instruments, the TMS320C6x DSPs havebeen used in a variety of areas in industries for real-time signal processing applications (e.g.,communication, radar system, hearing aid etc.), and in research agencies for developingadvanced algorithms and prototyping of a DSP system for specific applications. In education, theC6x DSPs were also widely used as a tool for bridging the gap between the digital signalprocessing theory and practical applications. The hardware-based laboratories have beensuccessfully integrated into the digital signal processing course at many universities. However,most labs were designed only for very common signal processing problems such as the FIR/IIRfilter design, FFT and so on. In this paper, a system for real-time EEG (electroencephalograph)signal acquisition, processing and presentation will be implemented with the Texas Instrument’sTMS320C6713 DSK being used as the hardware platform. As a practical application of C6713DSK in biomedical signal processing, this project is designed as a complement of the currentDSP laboratories of the Digital Signal Processors course for senior levelundergraduates/graduates in Biomedical Engineering Technology Program (BMET) at theuniversity. After the completion of the project, students are expected to be able to understand thescheme of a real world DSP system, process EEG signals for specific applications and gain theexperience in processing the real world signals. In addition, this project is also intended forpreparing the motivated high level students for future career in biomedical signal processing.
Tan, Z., & Blanton, W. H., & Zhang, Q. (2013, June), Real-time EEG signal processing based on TI’s TMS320C6713 DSK Paper presented at 2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia. 10.18260/1-2--22407
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