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Mobile phone or tablet PC - based metal detector
« on: January 22, 2014, 15:30 »
Mobile phone or tablet PC - based metal detector.

Here is something of interest, from  DRS ELECTRONICS  founded in GERMANY.
The web site is horrible to navigate, do not try and force it, let it load properly, then move on.
Once you get into youtube there are about 20 videos to watch.
Interesting concept using your phone to visualize your target.

http://www.drselectronics.de/

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Re: Mobile phone or tablet PC - based metal detector
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2014, 15:57 »
I haven't gone to the link but I'm not surprised.  A few years ago I started looking into mobile device based detecting for the simple fact that they are almost all mobile pda's capable of running an assortment of tasks better that traditional circuitry.  I'm not going to go into it too much...still a sore point relating to a number of factors and a particular manufacturer.  But bottom line is that many new current medal detectors are actually pda based devices (think your car GPS...often winCE running in the background of a pda), many of the functions can be handled by these devices easily as far as digital processing.
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