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Magnetometer Tutorial

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Hi all,

Stu asked me to upload his magnetometer tutorial for reference - i've put it here so it gets a bit of exposure and folks see it, then will migrate it over to the reference library shortly.

Thanks
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Thanks Mark just downloaded it as an IBook .Stu this is a great piece of work a bit beyond me but I will endeavour to read it several times.
Well done and thanks for the effort.


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downloaded. Thanks for the post.


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Cheers guys. This is an updated version with more information about keeping the electronics at a more constant temperature. Thanks to Mike G for helping to 'Beta' test the instructions.

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Hi Mark/Stephen,

I'd be grateful if it could be transferred to the Tutorial index to avoid losing track of it.

Much appreciated.

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Many thanks for an excellent document. Very clear and interesting including the spectral analysis of bat noises. Lots to consider. Really well presented.
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I am definitely going to make one of these. I am beginning an electronics hobby so this is a perfect project.


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Go for it; its great fun and very satisfying when you start to solve the problems and see good data appearing on your screen.


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