Thank you for your BioRadio purchase. This page includes downloads for the latest application software and device firmware.
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BioCapture software collects, processes, and analyzes signals such as ECG, EEG, EOG and EMG, respiration, spirometry, oximetry and more.[360-0036 Rev D, BioCapture Version 5.5.640.20752, 30,683KB]
Lab Course Software
The Lab Course software includes lessons ranging from Technology Basics to more accelerated labs in the fields of Clinical Applications and Advanced Physiology.[Version: 7.0 – Released: 1 June 2014 – 241,711 KB]
The Lab Course software requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1. Installed versions of .NET Framework can be confirmed by going to Control Panel -> Programs and Features. To install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1, visit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40779
BioRadio Software Development Kit (SDK)
The software development kit is intended for those familiar with programming in languages such as MATLAB AND LabVIEW. It allows users to stream real-time BioRadio data into custom developed software. The kit includes libraries and example code.
The SDK was developed and tested using BioRadio firmware version 1.0. Please verify that your device has this firmware version by connecting to it in BioCapture – the firmware version is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
The BioRadio requires that your host PC is using a Bluetooth adapter that is version 2.1 or greater.[Released: 1 June 2014 – 3,011 KB]
BioRadio Xamarin and Java Software Development Kits (SDK) for Android
These software development kits are intended for those familiar in application development in C# or Java. It allows users to control, stream, display BioRadio data from an Android device. Similar to our primary SDK, these SDKs for Android include libraries and sample code.
These SDKs were developed and tested using BioRadio firmware version 1.07. Please verify that your device has this firmware version by connecting to it in BioCapture – the firmware version is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Both SDKs require a device running Android 4.4 KitKat or later, and requirea an internal or external Bluetooth connection that is version 2.1 or later.[Released: 24 January 2019 – 27,616 KB]