Puggle was developed by Jon Newman and Yogi Patel at Georgia Tech. It's an ARM-based, real-time data acquisition and processing tool. It is designed to sense, process, and react to both analog and digital input signals in hard real-time. Puggle is designed for closed-loop electrophysiology applications, but is useful for any project where a hard-real time analog acquisition/signal generation is required (e.g. robotic control loops).
This page is still under construction. To learn more about Puggle, please visit the Puggle website.