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holesflow

I'm familiar with the openmusic work, but it is strictly for AVR chips.

Q: Has anyone been able to write a function, or even a whole library, for FHT treatment of DHT?


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DVDdoug

I would assume so...    Wikipedia links to an article written by Ralph Hartley in 1942 so it wasn't something created for the Arduino.  ;)


(For digitized signals it would have to be DHT which came later, but it was way-way before the Arduino.)

 

jremington

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May 16, 2018, 02:39 am Last Edit: May 16, 2018, 02:41 am by jremington
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Q: Has anyone been able to write a function, or even a whole library, for FHT treatment of DHT?
Ancient history. Google "fht c/c++" for 11,600 hits.
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