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A program I just finished makes extensive use of cos() sin() functions, which makes the whole algorithm way too slow on a PSoC 5LP at 67MHz...
I was wondering, could UDB be programmed to calculate this functions somehow via hardware... (I'm in the process of trying Taylor/Cheby polynomials, but a hardware solution would definitevitely do it!! )
I'm aware of the different approaches to calculate a sin, cos more efficiently.... I'm just not sure which one could be programmed into UDBs since I haven't looked into them on detail.... I'll look onto de cordic alg.