Eclipse Signal



EclipseSignal, built by Mass Labz together with EclipseMob, is a crowdsourced effort to conduct the largest-ever low-frequency radio wave propagation experiment during the 2017 solar eclipse. It is able to record a sound and break it down to its raw audio data and manipulated in order to give the user the a live representation of the incoming signal. After the recording process is complete, the same signal is tested for the existance of the WWVB time signal and if detected, it is uploaded to the EclipeMob database for future research. Please join us at our WEBSITE and maybe you can build your own radio receiver and participate in the measurement!





Project Screenshots



Start View for Recording Currently Recoridng with incoming data graphed 2 minutes minumum has been recorded Stop and Start testing History View with a recording ready for Testing Tap on recording and a popup with available action regarding the recording Delete Recording action Recording Ready for Upload Upload of the recording in progress Upload complete



Memebers



Arlindo Goncalves
Computer Science Department
Team Leader
iOS/Database Developer



Naeem Aziz
Computer Science Department
Android Developer



Meet Sanghvi
Computer Science Department
Android Developer



Jainam Shah
Computer Science Department
Web/Database Developer


Video Demo