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Arduino Square Wave generator [Project]
posted September 28 2013 11:07.53 by spic0m




A simple square wave generator with Arduino that can generate frequencies between 10Hz to 40KHz.

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  • At 29 September 2013, 0:26:31 user Thomas Flanagan wrote:   [reply @ Thomas Flanagan]
    • Very impressive. I wonder if I might be able to make a small request. Could you build an EM detector to detect EM waves between 1 and 10 Hz and perhaps also indicate the corresponding circuit diagram. It seems every electronics merchant on the Internet sells equipment only sophisticated enough to detect EM waves from 40 Hz upwards.












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