Innovative hande-made solution to build a superfast memory-card and/or data-storage device for a universal and multipurpose usage with MCU's
Project tutorial by Dave
With this simple circuit the analog output of Arduino Due start from zero
Project tutorial by Giovanni Carrera
Thanks for reply Giovanni,
I would like to reach at least 10KHz. That would be very nice result compared to my current results which is 1-Miliseconds. Could you please give me some tips what I could apply to my setup to reach 5-10Khz almost 0.1 miliseconds ...if I am correct.
Thanks in advance
Hello Giovanni, thank you so much for updating the schematics. I'm building a PID controller with Arduino Due revision 3.0. In my experiments with setpoint and input value, I get about 1-milisecond response time, it means when the setpoint changes the system needs at least a 1 miliseconds to equilibrate. Do you think with Due it is possible to reach even faster response times???. Let's say microseconds? etc.....
Hello Giovanni, hope your'e enjoying holidays..
I was analysing the Due Bipolar Dac output brojet on you website. I was trying to build the same, but it looks like the main schematics is too small, so it is very hard to read it... Any chance you could send me a picture of schematics of the circuit (figure 7, the complete circuit scheme), with better resoltuon. My email firstname.lastname@example.org. THank you in advance
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