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The image resolution must be high enough to detect a desired object from a specified distance. When the object in the distance is reduced to a mere few pixels, then this is not sufficient for a detection algorithm. Many higher-level image processing routines are non-linear in time requirements, but even simple linear filters, for example Sobel edge detectors, have to loop through all pixels, which takes some time [Bräunl 2001]. At 60u80 pixels with 3 bytes of color per pixel this amounts to 14,400 bytes.
3 Analog versus Digital Sensors A number of sensors produce analog output signals rather than digital signals. 5) is required to connect such a sensor to a microcontroller. Typical examples of such sensors are: • Microphone • Analog infrared distance sensor 19 2 Sensors • • Analog compass Barometer sensor Digital sensors on the other hand are usually more complex than analog sensors and often also more accurate. In some cases the same sensor is available in either analog or digital form, where the latter one is the identical analog sensor packaged with an A/D converter.
The quotient ton/tperiod is called the “pulse–width ratio” or “duty cycle”. 6: PWM 46 high speed Pulse Width Modulation Velocity [rad/s] Velocity [rad/s] The PWM can be generated by software. Many microcontrollers like the M68332 have special modes and output ports to support this operation. 5. , 100. In each case, the velocity builds up at time 5s with some delay, then stays constant, and will slow down with a certain inertia at time 10s. These measurements are called “step response”, since the motor input signal jumps in a step function from zero to the desired PWM value.