-A library which does oversampling to allow you to read with a resolution of 10-bit to 21-bit on the Arduino ADC (Analog to Digital Converter)!
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
examples
.gitignore
AVR121 - http--www.atmel.com-Images-doc8003.pdf (AVR121 Enhancing ADC resolution by oversampling).url
AVR121 Enhancing ADC resolution by oversampling - doc8003.pdf
License (GPLv3).txt
License (LGPLv3).txt
README.md
eRCaGuy_analogReadXXbit Library Speed Calcs - Gabriel.xlsx
eRCaGuy_analogReadXXbit.cpp
eRCaGuy_analogReadXXbit.h
keywords.txt

README.md

#THIS LIBRARY IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING UPGRADED. IT MAY NOT CURRENTLY BE IN A WORKING CONDITION, THOUGH THE ONE ON GUMROAD HERE IS.

FOR THE LATEST CODE, CHANGE THE "branch" DROPDOWN MENU ABOVE TO "Version_2", AND DOWNLOAD MY Version_2 CODE INSTEAD! ~GS 19 Feb. 2015

##License: GPLv3 or later (ignore whatever the files say; it is GPLv3)
-I'll correct the license in the files later.

Readme last updated: 13 May 2014

eRCaGuy_analogReadXXbit Library webpage: http://electricrcaircraftguy.blogspot.com/2014/05/using-arduino-unos-built-in-16-bit-adc.html

Instructions Download the code by clicking "Download ZIP" to the right. Extract the files, and install the library to your Arduino IDE. Run the examples and view the output in your Arduino IDE's Serial Monitor. The examples read from analog pin A0, so I recommend putting a potentiometer wiper on that pin.

Description This library allows you to do oversampling in order to increase the Arduino ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) from only 10-bit, to up to 21-bit!!! The tradeoff is speed. Every additional bit, n, beyond 10-bits, requires 4^n 10-bit samples. This means that every time you add 1 more bit of resolution, your max sampling rate decreases by a factor of 4. However, this library still proves very useful to provide that extra resolution when needed!

For other interesting articles and info, visit my website here: (http://electricrcaircraftguy.blogspot.com/)

I hope you find this useful. ~Gabriel Staples http://electricrcaircraftguy.blogspot.com/