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mohpa

Hi,

I have an Arduino M0 PRO and I want to send my analog signals to real oscilloscope. I would be very very thankful to guide me in this regard.


mohpa


Hi all,

I have an Arduino M0 PRO and I want to send my analog signals form my simulation in Matlab/Simulink to real oscilloscope. I would be very very thankful to guide me in this regard.

My signals have 10Khz frequency and 3Volts Voltage.

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Robin2

I know nothing about Simulink or an Arduino MO PRO but I suspect you are not describing the problem properly - and maybe not thinking of it properly.

At one level you just connect the 'scope pins to the Arduino - you don't "send" anything.

At another level maybe you need to send data to the Arduino so that it can generate a real electrical signal tht mimics the conceptual signal that Matlab produces.

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

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