Webinar - Test & Measurement with Arduino


Thursday, August 11, 2022


04:00 PM Europe/Berlin

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Most modern test and measurement instruments are nothing more than a microcontroller supported by special signal processing circuits and a nice display. The Arduino UNO board too is based on a microcontroller and features analog and digital inputs. It can therefore be used at the heart of a measurement instrument. Even if it lacks special signal processing circuits, it can be very useful in many situations where signals are not superfast or where ultrahigh precision is not required. Instead of investing in an expensive all-singing, all-dancing oscilloscope it is often enough to write a few simple sketches, learn a few tricks and know your way around a spreadsheet.

Clemens Valens

Clemens is the Technical Manager of Elektor Labs. He holds a BSc in Electronics and an MSc in Electronics and Information Technology. Valens started working for Elektor in 2008 as editor in chief of Elektor France. He currently produces engineering tutorials and product reviews at Elektor TV. Clemens is also responsible for the Elektor Labs community website where electronics enthusiasts can publish their work and interact with peers from all over the world.