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at Thayer School of Engineering
A heartrate monitor was designed, built on a breadboard, and debugged over the course of a trimester using discrete components and simple ICs. The monitor beeped and blinked an LED with each heartbeat, filtered out noise and unwanted signals, provided a long beep when the heart stopped, and worked over an expected range of heartbeats.
A report was written in collaboration with a partner, but all design, circuit building, and debugging was done by myself.
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