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FPGA : RC Servo and Stepper motor control in Verilog

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Trandi blogged about his RC servo and stepper motor project.  He writes: For those interested in reproducing this example: The board is called “EP2C5 Mini Board” and has a EP2C5T144C8 Cyclone II FPGA on it I used a standard, 9grams micro RC Servo I used a 28BYJ-48 stepper motor and it’s...

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RC servo and PID – ‘Autotune’

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Stanley Lio‎ is working on a RC Servo and PID autotune project: The robotic arm built for the magnetic field measurement project leaves several things to be desired. After a new servo is installed, finding the mapping between PWM duration and DH angles is done manually with pen and protractor. I want to...

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