This paper addresses the problem of output feedback stabilization for nonlinear systems with sampled
and delayed output measurements. Firstly, sufficient conditions are proposed to ensure that a class of
hybrid systems are globally exponentially stable. Then, based on the sufficient conditions and a dedicated
construction continuous observer, an output feedback control law is presented to globally exponentially
stabilize the nonlinear systems. The output feedback stabilizer is continuous and hybrid, and can be derived
without discretization. The maximum allowable sampling period and the maximum delay are also given.
At last, a numerical example is provided to illustrate the design methods.