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Sampling Analog Inertial Sensors

In serious navigation projects, analog inertial sensors must be preferred instead of sensors with digital outputs. Some form of analog to digital converter (ADC) is required in order to read the outputs from these analog sensors. Selection of a proper … Continue reading

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Sample STM32F4 Codes to interfere with the Inertial Sensors

(First of all, you can check out the sample codes from here) In my navigation projects, I started to use STM32F4 discovery board as a basic prototyping board. It is STM’s microcontroller evaluation board which costs only 19$. Despite its … Continue reading

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In a project that I am somehow involved these days, I needed to select a microcontroller for inertial data logging and processing. It has been a long time since I last programmed a microcontroller. Being somehow away from the hardware, … Continue reading

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