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* ada.ino
* Basic example showing how to use Adaino, an Analog Data Acquisition library
* for Arduino. In this example, we want to sample the analog input at the
* highest rate possible without losing any sample. This is required to
* reconstruct and process signals with high frequency spectrums.
* The circuit:
* * An Arduino device with an SAMD21 microcontroller (e.g. Arduino MKR * or
* Adafruit Feather M0).
* * Connect an analog signal to Arduino's analog input pin A1. The signals
* voltage is expected to be between 0 and 3.3 V.
* Created by Andre Meyer <>
#include <Arduino.h>
// Include the Adaino header file to make the libary's functionality available
// in your sketch
#include <Adaino.h>
void setup()
// Setup serial port and wait for connection
while (!Serial) ;
// Print example information to the serial output
Serial.println("[ADAINO EXAMPLE]");
Serial.println("[ADAINO DATA]");
// The AnalogIn instance is used to sample analog inputs. This instance
// controls Arduino's on-chip Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) peripheral
// and gives you access to the converted results.
// The below methods configure AnalogIn to sample the analog inputs as
// required by this example. In general, AnalogIn is configured in the
// setup() function of your sketch.
// Set the analog input pin to be sampled
// Use the free running acquisition mode if you want to sample the analog
// input continously and at the highest sampling rate possible.
// If you want to sample the analog input at a higher rate, it is recommended
// to enable the acquisition buffer as samples can get lost otherwise.
// Start the analog data acquisition. This is in general performed in the
// setup() function of your sketch.
void loop()
// Read the analog input and send it to the serial output
int analogResult = AnalogIn.readInput();