This is it.
Up until now the only people who were able to see data coming out of the seisMeowmeter was myself and anyone else I showed it to. Today, all that changes. Now you too, can see a stream of seismic data in the Calgary area!
Here are the links:
For the Raw Output, click here
For the Frequency Domain, click here
Posts tagged geophone
So between having to deal with an insane work schedule and fighting with an unruly microcontroller, I’ve managed to finally digitize the output of the seismometer:
First, I have to admit that I messed up building the conditioning circuit. The first RC network after the first op-amp stage should have had a 6.8kΩ resistor. I accidentally used a 68kΩ resistor instead.
What you see above is the first breath of the seismometer – which is currently detecting my foot taps.
Welcome to part one of the Seismic Sundays series! For the next 3 to 6 months, I’ll be attempting to make a seismology station that sends data to a web server for anyone to see. Today’s post won’t have anything technical on it. I will just be talking about what I plan on doing.