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  • This is usually stationary magnet mounted near a tone ring. Considered an AC generator, this weak signal usually goes through analog to digital signal
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  • This sensor is a potentiometer on the gear shifter to tell a module the selected gear
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  • Introduction to Robotics Sensors: Lecture (For Students) (For Teachers) — Lab (For Students) (For Teachers) — Assignment (For Students) (For Teachers)
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  • Temperature Sensors Summary (pdf) 4.B Temperature Sensors Principles (pdf) 5.A Summary (pdf) 5.B Displacement Sensor Type (pdf) 5.C Displacement Sensor Type
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  • Introduction to Robotics Sensors: Lecture (For Students) (For Teachers) — Lab (For Students) (For Teachers) — Assignment (For Students) (For Teachers)
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  • Introduction to Robotics Sensors: Lecture (For Students) (For Teachers) — Lab (For Students) (For Teachers) — Assignment (For Students) (For Teachers)
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  • Introduction to Robotics Sensors: Lecture (For Students) (For Teachers) — Lab (For Students) (For Teachers) — Assignment (For Students) (For Teachers)
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  • Introduction to Robotics Sensors: Lecture (For Students) (For Teachers) — Lab (For Students) (For Teachers) — Assignment (For Students) (For Teachers)
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  • Introduction to Robotics Sensors: Lecture (For Students) (For Teachers) — Lab (For Students) (For Teachers) — Assignment (For Students) (For Teachers)
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  • oxygen sensor (O2 sensor) measures the amount of oxygen in the exhaust gases, sending the signal to the engine computer. A front oxygen sensor is installed
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  • Introduction to Robotics Sensors: Lecture (For Students) (For Teachers) — Lab (For Students) (For Teachers) — Assignment (For Students) (For Teachers)
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  • controlled amount of time to a light-sensitive medium, such as a digital sensor or photographic film. This is done through a device known as a camera. Cameras
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  • Introduction (pdf) Optical sensors Magnetic Sensors Temperature Sensors Displacement Sensors Eddy Current Sensors Wikipedia pages about OP Amp (pdf)
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  • towers, RFID tag read/write, blue tooth scanners, wifi (adhoc), xbee, tire sensor scanner wireless receivers, etc. The diagram shows how a tire pressure
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  • decreased dramatically and the entire idea of brain electrodes was replaced by sensors to read the wearer's pulse. We learned how to program the arduino controller
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  • multi-axis motion sensors. They utilize Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Structure (MEMS) sensor technology. These sensors are revolutionizing inertial sensor technology
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  • routines for operating the ultrasonic sensor, including routines to turn the sensor 90°, and converting sensor readings into reliable distance measurements
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  • board to be able to connect it to the wheel chair. With the wheelchair sensor, we connected the wire that would help it operate on its own. We found
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  • developing CORDIC architectures similar to DDR (Double Data Rate). General.1.A.pdf - Rotation as a complex number multiplication (in CORDIC FAQ) General
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  • the QRE sensors to detect a black line successfully and developed code to sample the sensors and talk to the motors. We placed a sonar sensor on top of
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