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Precision temperature measurement

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Scott Harden writes: In an effort to resume previous work [A, B, C, D] on developing a crystal oven for radio frequency transmitter / receiver stabilization purposes, the first step for me was to create a device to accurately measure and log temperature. Check out the video after the break....

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Simple DIY ECG + pulse oximeter (V2)

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Scott Harden has designed an ECG/pulse oximeter combo project using LM324 op-amps. Scott describes, "This new project is fully documented and uses extremely common and cheap parts, all of which could be purchased at RadioShack. It serves as both an ECG *and* a pulse oximeter, depending on which leads are...

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