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    Junior Member Polly's Avatar
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    Teensy 3.6 to try to hear osteoarthritis

    Hey,

    I'm in the first year of my PhD, I've got a couple of Teensy 3.6 and am looking at taking an analog input of ultrasound wavestreams and converting them (ADC) to be stored on an SD card for later interpretation. I'm currently trying to figure out things like sampling rate of the signal and how fast the teensy can convert ADC for storage later.
    I'm quite new to this, I've not used microcontrollers before and was hoping for some advise just about where there may be problems or what to look out for. Also any recommended reading would be greatly appreciated

    Many thanks
    Polly

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    Some time ago on this forum was a thread about ultrasonic sampling for measuring sounds make by bats....

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    Hi both,

    Thanks, I've been looking at that project I'm trying to find out the maximum ADC speed of the teensy, do you happen to know if there is any technical specs about for the 3.6?

    Hopefully I'll be able to show if it's working soon!

    Polly

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    It's all on the PJRC website, MCU spec sheets and reference manuals : https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/datasheets.html

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