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fungus


The microphone is connected to Analog 0. Max frequency is 20 Mhz. I separe in 2: "<1Mhz" and ">1Mhz" . Then i have 2 LED's. If first conditional is true, blink first led. If second condisitonal is true, blink the second led.  XD


You have a microphone that works up to 20mHz? How much did it cost you?
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You have a microphone that works up to 20mHz?

Normally, that would be a seismometer, and we would say "down to"   8)
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majenko


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You have a microphone that works up to 20mHz?

Normally, that would be a seismometer, and we would say "down to"   8)


I think he means megahertz, not millihertz :P
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florin

Values are fictive. I want to separe 2 frequences. (frequences from microphone)  :smiley-eek:

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