Arduino oscilloscope uses ROS code
Ros.org presents this project tutorial demonstrating that a simple oscilloscope can be implemented using the Arduino. They write:
In this tutorial, we will be making a poor man’s oscilloscope using the Arduino’s ADC (analog to digital converter) and rxplot. We will set up a publisher which will forward the analog values from each of the Arduino’s 6 ADC pins to ROS using rosserial. This will be a relatively bad oscilloscope (very low sampling frequency and resolution), but it will be perfect for many quick and dirty setups.
This project requires that you have the ROS (Robot Operating System) installed on your machine. ROS provides libraries and tools to help software developers create robot applications. It provides hardware abstraction, device drivers, libraries, visualizers, message-passing, package management, and more. It is available in a supported Ubuntu package download here. (Experimental packages are also available for other operating systems.)This entry was posted in Arduino, oscilloscope and tagged oscilloscope.