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Memorandum To: John Demel From: Andrew Grunenwald Date: 04/16/08 Re: Servo GPS Lab Introduction The goal of this experiment was to configure and control a servo motor attached to a GPS receiver beacon so that the servo motor would adjust itself and orient itself to a certain bearing in the GPS system. This was done by writing a program in Interactive C and uploading it to a Handy Board that would control the servo motor accordingly. The program was written so that the servo motor would continuously adjust itself if the base rotated and would run until the stop button was pressed. This memo will contain the results of the experiment, a discussion of the experiment, the source code used, and sketches of the set-up. Results and Description In the attachment, Figure 1 contains the sketch of the wiring diagram connecting the components used in the experiment. Figure 2 contains a sketch of the apparatus used containing the Servo motor, base, and GPS board attachment. Figure 3 contains the source code for the program used to control the Servo motor. Discussion
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