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|0000184||openvibe-plugins||patch submission||public||2016-11-28 17:39||2016-12-08 14:26|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Platform||OpenVibe 1.2||OS||OS Version|
|Summary||0000184: Update to GTEC driver.|
|Description||1) Code refactoring. Now there is a new class/struct "GDevice" and a collection "GDevices". This helped reduce the code.|
2) Added a new functionality: a new checkbox in the config "Show device name". When checked this adds the ID (the serial) of the amplifier to the name of the channel. This is quite useful when using several amplifiers because the order of acquisition is not guaranteed currently. And there is no interface to set it.
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|Attached Files|| new-gtec-driver.zip [^] (19,300 bytes) 2016-11-28 17:39|
new-gtec-driver_version2.zip [^] (115,065 bytes) 2016-12-02 13:38
new-gtec-driver_version3.zip [^] (21,254 bytes) 2016-12-05 10:54
|Version 3 adds small refinements.|
v3 with some mods integrated, latest related commit
Thanks for the patch!
I think there is a bug. I can get the data only from 1 out of 3 amplifiers + 3 trigger channels. All amplifiers are detected but only 1 is transmitted to the Designer. I think the channel count is wrong. It should be 48 + 3, but it is 16 + 3.
Yes, it works. Good job!
I got confused ... so maybe another user might forget to increase the number of channels. Maybe it should be NumApplis * 17 by default when you install OV or this should not be changed at all.
Actually reducing the channels has not much sense because we are never sure from which amplifier we are going to remove channels. This is because we still do not have manual order. If we say 16 we do not know which amplifier.
|Are you sure the amps are not ordered based on the way they are chained by the sync cables? That would make sense, since the chain seems linear. In any case, how about I solve this by adding a warning if less than max number of channels have been selected in a multiamp case? One reason to not make the max number of channels mandatory is that it will make the impedance check slower for those users who only need fewer channels.|
edited on: 2016-12-08 13:38
I do not use the impedance. We check the signal a little bit: blinking ... alpha ...
Both are OK for me (warning/48 by default).
|I pushed a mod with a new warning. I also lowered some log levels from warning to info, as they imo do not seem to be causes for alarm.|
|2016-11-28 17:39||toncho11||New Issue|
|2016-11-28 17:39||toncho11||File Added: new-gtec-driver.zip|
|2016-12-02 13:38||toncho11||File Added: new-gtec-driver_version2.zip|
|2016-12-05 10:54||toncho11||File Added: new-gtec-driver_version3.zip|
|2016-12-05 10:55||toncho11||Note Added: 0001227|
|2016-12-05 10:56||jtlindgr||Assigned To||=> jtlindgr|
|2016-12-05 10:56||jtlindgr||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2016-12-07 12:51||jtlindgr||Note Added: 0001231|
|2016-12-07 12:51||jtlindgr||Status||acknowledged => resolved|
|2016-12-07 12:51||jtlindgr||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2016-12-07 18:18||toncho11||Note Added: 0001232|
|2016-12-07 18:18||toncho11||Status||resolved => feedback|
|2016-12-07 18:18||toncho11||Resolution||fixed => reopened|
|2016-12-08 11:04||toncho11||Note Added: 0001233|
|2016-12-08 11:04||toncho11||Status||feedback => assigned|
|2016-12-08 11:23||jtlindgr||Note Added: 0001234|
|2016-12-08 13:37||toncho11||Note Added: 0001235|
|2016-12-08 13:38||toncho11||Note Edited: 0001235||View Revisions|
|2016-12-08 14:26||jtlindgr||Note Added: 0001236|
|2016-12-08 14:26||jtlindgr||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2016-12-08 14:26||jtlindgr||Resolution||reopened => fixed|
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