General

Topics more pertinent to general concepts, not restricted to vex.
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External Boards
Analog-Digital Converter (ADC)
An analog-to-digital converter (or ADC for short) is a device or microcontroller feature which converts an analog input ...
Bit-Bang
Bit-banging is a process where one emulates an unavailable peripheral using direct port manipulation commands on GPIO pi...
GPIO
A general purpose I/O pin, or GPIO pin for short, is a pin on a microcontroller (ref) which can be used for software-con...
I2C
An Inter-Integrated Circuit interface, or I2C interface for short, is a two-wire bidirectional synchronous serial protoc...
Jitter
In electrical engineering, jitter is used to describe the deviation of a clock signal from its periodic time base.
Line Noise
Noise, in electronics, is the unwanted fluctuation of a signal around its intended value.
List of Tools
A list of essential tools for VEXU sensor work.
Output Drive
This page refers to the electrical engineering concept of output drive. For information about mechanical drive strength,...
Power Consumption
Power consumption refers to the amount of power required by a device to function.
Radius Array
The SIGBOTS R.A.D.I.U.S. Array (Reflectance and Analog Data Interpretation Unified Sensor) is a sophisticated line track...
Resettable Fuse (PTC)
A resettable fuse, sometimes known as a PPTC for polymeric positive temperature coefficient, is a safety device intended...
SPI
A serial peripheral interface, or SPI for short, is a fast 4-wire synchronous protocol connecting a microcontroller and ...
Slew Rate
Slew rate refers to the maximum rate at which a digital signal (usually a GPIO pin) can flip between its high and low st...
Stalling
USART
A universal synchronous/asynchronous receiver and transmitter, or USART for short, is a device which can act as a UART o...
UART
A UART, or Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter, is a microcontroller peripheral that sends and receives seri...
5 Volt Tolerant
Voltage tolerance describes what values of input voltages on a microcontroller's GPIO pin higher than its I/O voltage ar...
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