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kavya_mc

thankyou sir,
also i have implemented a circuit in  ltspice and i have attached the same below. I wanted to know if it is possible to synthesise it on arduino.

ralphnev

huh?
  simple answer - no

complex answer -
you write a program & run it on a processor
could you "adc", take the root, "dac" it out  ..yes..

will it work like the circuit ... not likely
will it be a synthisised version of a spice deck .. no


kavya_mc

ok thankyou
I wanted to know how to use phyton script to communicate with arduino....any relavant link for information would be helpfull.......

pylon

http://pyserial.sourceforge.net/

That programming language is called Python.

Did you realize that ralphnev told you your project is not feasible?

kavya_mc

yes sir it is not feasible. but in my project i need to devise a circuit whose output is proportional to  square root of the input signal. can that be done through programming?
pardon if the question is vague......

kavya_mc

i tried installing the tool..but there is no setup file in the unzipped folder. is this tool freely installable or doesit cost?

pylon

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i tried installing the tool


Which tool? PySerial is not a tool, it's a Python extension. I thought you know Python. Don't you?

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but in my project i need to devise a circuit whose output is proportional to  square root of the input signal


I guess by signal you mean an analog signal. Without external hardware you cannot do that with an Arduino UNO, maybe with a Due.

You don't provide information about your device. What frequencies does it have to support? What's the voltage range of that signal?

kavya_mc

i am not familiar with phyton sir, i happened to see it in one of the blogs and there was a provision to see waveforms and all and i thought that would be better and tried to use it.

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