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posted in October 2012

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Undersampling Shifts Signal Bandwidths
Mechatronics Zone 
10/31/2012  3 comments
In some cases, you can take advantage of aliasing and use it with a technique called under-sampling or bandwidth sampling.
Comment:Re: eval board - Jon Titus-10/26/2012
Comment:Re: eval board - Jon Titus-10/26/2012
Comment:Re: More bits - Jon Titus-10/25/2012
MCUs Simplify Resolver-Based Motor Control Systems
Blog 
10/25/2012  13 comments
You can buy resolver-to-digital converters, but a fast microcontroller can do the job just as well.
Undersampling Changes Bandwidths
Mechatronics Zone 
10/19/2012  9 comments
Before you choose a frequency, you should understand how each upper and lower sampling frequency affects aliasing of signals in the 8MHz bandwidth.
Comment:Similar problem - Jon Titus-10/16/2012
Comment:Raspberry Pi - Jon Titus-10/12/2012
Comment:Re: Erector set - Jon Titus-10/11/2012
Comment:Re: Erector set - Jon Titus-10/11/2012
Comment:Re: Erector set - Jon Titus-10/11/2012
Open-Source Kits Put Robots in Many Hands
Mechatronics Zone 
10/11/2012  19 comments
Multiplo, a four person startup, sought venture funds via Kickstarter to create and manufacture kits for anyone interested in robotics.
Comment:Re: Bad timing - Jon Titus-10/9/2012
Comment:Re: Impressive - Jon Titus-10/8/2012


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