Hi,Hi I've just read a tutorial about Arduino resolution and it says: "The analog to digital converters (ADC) in the Arduino are considered to have 10 bit resolution. The bits of resolution is an obfuscation that means 2^10, or 1024 divisions (0 to 1023), of the reference voltage.."
Doesn't "ATmega328" on Arduino Uno board have max 8-bit resolution? And doesn't that mean voltage is divided 256 steps?
And doesn't that mean voltage is divided 256 steps?
I don't know why the tutorial calls this an "obfuscation"
So why do all tutorials say "at a time"
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