TI-RSLK MAX Module 21 – Sensor integration

Integrate multiple sensors with the TI-RSLK MAX robotics kit.

This module reviews interrupts, nested vector interrupt control (NVIC), the Nyquist Theorem and the Central Limit Theory. You will understand how to use the I2C to interface integrated sensors to the robot. Using the sensors implement real-time data acquisition systems, observing noise, choosing a sampling rate and thinking about aliasing (undesired frequency components).

Explore the world of digital processing by implementing some simple digital filters, in order to improve the signal to noise ratio, and run fast Fourier transform (FFT) on sampled data. You will learn the I2C protocol to interface a variety of sensors to pull and push data to and from the bus design, build and test a system that measures either distance from a time of flight sensor or acceleration from an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) or input from environmental sensors, and then, integrate sensors to solve a task.


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