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I have some questions:

is there any piece to amplify the signal that comes from muscle to read it by arduino later? can i conncet 8 leads to ads1298 and how? Is there any piece compatible with Arduino I can connect through 8 lead EMG?

Google is your friend:

https://www.olimex.com/Products /Duino/Shields/SHIELD-EKG-EMG/

I have some questions:

is there any piece to amplify the signal that comes from muscle to read it by arduino later? can i conncet 8 leads to ads1298 and how? Is there any piece compatible with Arduino I can connect through 8 lead EMG?

Please don't cross post.

Amjad_am: is there any piece to amplify the signal that comes from muscle to read it by arduino later?

How about an OpAmp?

can i conncet 8 leads to ads1298 and how?

Data sheet says it has inputs. Normal wires are likely to do the job.

Is there any piece compatible with Arduino I can connect through 8 lead EMG?

Huh? (meaning: explanation needed as I have no clue wtf this is supposed to mean).

pylon: Google is your friend:

https://www.olimex.com/Products /Duino/Shields/SHIELD-EKG-EMG/

can i connect 8 lead to this shilde ?

Threads merged.

Amjad_am: can i connect 8 lead to this shilde ?

Did you even try to read the manual of it?

Sorry, I'm studying medicine, and I'm not an electronics specialist, I'm a beginner in this field. So do not be surprised by my stupid questions, because I am not a specialist like you in this field.

I think you should explain what it is you're trying to do. It sounds to me like you want to take the 8 leads into an Arduino from their body pads instead of into the ECG machine that would normally display them? Then if I'm right you would want the Arduino to manage the display of them, in other words making an Arduino-based ECG?

I think that's what that Olimex shield is for, but it does say under the Features heading that it's 6-channels, which will be because the Uno has only 6 analog inputs.

Next question of course, purely out of curiosity, is Why?

I do expect people that ask questions to at least do their homework: read (at least try to) the manuals of parts that they think is useful. Understand what they're doing - the basic parameters, in this case not only the number of probes, but also the kind of signals that come off of them (voltage levels primarily). That are just basics you must be familiar with when you want to attempt such a project. Without such an understanding of what you're trying to do, there's anyway not much of a chance that you can bring it to a good end/

It's your project, it's your task to dig up the technical information specific to the project. I don't know anything about ECG as such but as long as I know what signals to expect, I can find a way to read those signals with an Arduino.

It really is your job to get the big picture. Then we can help filling in the details - maybe suggest specific components, ideas on how to do the programming, those things. You find a component you think is useful, great - read up on it, what it can and can not do. If unclear in some parts, ask questions. Numbers of inputs available is a typical little tidbit that you can find in the manual. If unsure if it's suitable for your signal, provide details on the signals you have and a link to the parts manual/datasheet.