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Developing FFT applications with low-power microcontrollers

Posted on Friday, August 24th, 2012 in documentation by DP

Squank provided some links for developers who’d like to use the Fast Fourier Transform in low-power MCUs. FFT is an algorithm used in DSPs to quickly convert time-based functions to spectrum-based function, and vice versa.

Via the forum.

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