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hi!
At first sorry for my bad language! Please help me someone because i am a begginer in AVR library. In Arduino i have a good knowledges! I need to generate a 3 phase sinewave with 60 degree offset! I find how to generate a sinewave http://interface.khm.de/index.php/lab/experiments/arduino-dds-sinewave-generator/ but in this programm is used a "avr/pgmspace.h" library and i in it didn't un derstand, where is what! smiley-sad I didn't understand even vhere is in program initializet from witch pin is output signal! I just read it in specification, but in program i can't find! Can someone help me PLEASE?
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Look here:-
http://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/PROGMEM
to find where to down load it from and what it does. You need to put it in your libraries folder when you get it.
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Hi,
Did you carry out your job successfully ?
Is it possible to have a 120° offset instead of 60° with your Arduino based on what you already done ?
See ya.
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Is it possible to have a 120° offset instead of 60° with your Arduino
Yes it is a simple matter of adjusting the second readout pointer to point at one third through the lookup table instead of one sixth.
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