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dsPIC33fj256710A programming on explorer 16 board

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Hello everybody,
I'm a masters student currently doing a biomedical project. I purchased a dsPIC33fj256GP710A processor to do signal processing for an ECG application. My objective is to do feature extraction for an ecg signal using this board. Can anybody provide me some help regarding this topic as I'm completely new to this topic. I have installed the embedded real time workshop for microchip dsPIC developed by Mr.Lubin Kerhuel as this simulink blockset generates a hex code directly when the blocks have been simulated in simulink.
Q1.I'd like to know how exactly can i use this simulink blockset ,signal processing blockset plus the wavelet blockset available in simulink ?
Can anybody out there provide me an overview as to how i should go about in generating the hex file for the dsPIC pertaining to my ECG application.Also,please tell me which are the blocks I need to use from the explorer 16 board in tandem with the discrete wavelet transform block.
Q2.How can we provide the ECG input from the matlab workspace to this new model as an input?

I'm attaching the simulink model with this post.please help me out as the deadline for my project is fastly approaching.

Expecting a quick response from any person out there
Thanks

Sahajhaksh
 

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I have several of the Explorer 16s and I'm an avid, however I have not had the opportunity to demo Kerhuel's blockset. I would be interest in get your feedback after you had a chance to use them in your project.

Until I've had some experience with Kerhuel's blockset I'm unable to give you guidance on your first question.

However, as per your second question, you have basicaly two options. You can simulate an ECG input via data stored in a file or you can use an ADC to bring live data directly into Matlab real time.

Of course, you could record the live data into a file as well for repeated testing of algorithms.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.

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