Ultrasound pulse-echo pHAT (lit3-32) - up5k fpgaDesigned by kelu124 in United States of America
The up5k lit-32 open hardware ultrasound pulse echo board, with -28dB to 92dB gain Big sister to the lit3rick This batches has 40Msps 10bits ADCs, hence slightly less expensive. The option offers up …Read More…
ADC: 10bits, rated for 40Msps or 64Msps depending on your options.
Previous iteration: documentation released: 10.5281/zenodo.5792245
.. and a list of binaries.
823f03fdc4bc9354f3f7d20d9fca6d58 is the latest stable one.
Below are echoes from a 5V pulse, gain at 350/1000, HILO being low.
This work is based on two previous TAPR projects, the echOmods project, and the un0rick project - its boards are open hardware and software, developped with open-source elements as much as possible.
Copyright Kelu124 (firstname.lastname@example.org) 2021.
This project is distributed WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING OF MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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