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Thread: CORDIC Arctan Function?
face BY : David VanHorn email (remove spam text)

At 04:21 PM 4/5/01 -0500, Mark Peterson wrote:
>I'm working on a compass project where I have two magneto resistive sensors
>connected to a couple PIC analog inputs.  This effectively generates a sin
>and cos value for the angle of the magnetic field.  What is the trig,
>CORDIC, or whatever function that I need to use to turn the sin and cos
>value into a single angle value?

You're trying to convert rectangular to polar coordinates, I think.

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