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PaulS

What kind of Arduino are you using? The library seems to be defined for the Arduino with the 168 ship, not the 328.

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And b.t.w. where is declared that pin 5 is an input?


The library is hard-coded to work with only that pin.

5ala

Yes: you are right: I'm using Arduino 328.
So, should I forget abpou that sketch ? :(
Can you suggest me a good Frq. Counter library/sketch for 328?

Thank you

CalcProgrammer1

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Jan 14, 2010, 07:20 pm Last Edit: Jan 14, 2010, 07:26 pm by CalcProgrammer1 Reason: 1
I'm having the same problem, I got an Arduino with ATMega328, compiled the same software, fixed the capital V to make it compile, all that stuff and I have it connected straight to the PWM Timer1 output of another AVR (ATMega168 on my breadboard running a fan controller program I'm working on) and it isn't outputting any frequency.  Is there any reason that the program only works on the 168 and not the 328 (last I checked they're identical chips except one has more memory)?

EDIT:  Easy fix, whoever coded the frequency counter library threw in a check that only compiles the code if the target is an ATMega168, delete those two lines (the #if and #endif following it) in the FreqCounter.cpp file, save it, and then re-compile your Arduino code.  it works great!

5ala

Great CalcProgrammer1.
It works fine indeed !!! :D
You are a genius ! Next time I'll sweep an oil lamp I'll expect you to pop up  ;)

ppjbcol

hello everybody
is there a way to measure TWO frequencies, one in each of two signals? Or, even better, two frequencies in the same signal? In other terms, can arduino perform some FFT?
thanks!

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