Controlling The Real World With Computers

  
The hardware is shown in the picture (might take a little while to load). Don`t be the least bit concerned if you don`t understand everything in the first few paragraphs below. Their purpose is to provide a brief description of the hardware to those who understand the terminology. The terms will be second-nature by the time you finish the tutorial. Just skim the information, make a note of the ordering information and Super Start, then move on to the circuit description below.
Controlling The Real World With Computers - schematic

The hardware is a tinned, masked PC-based ISA data acquisition and control board that * accepts up to 8 analog inputs through its 8 channel, 8-bit analog to digital converter (one has a mike preamp) * produces analog output through 2 8-bit dig



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