To answer the question, you do not need the graphic. Why is it common to connect an Arduino board with a single board computer like the Raspberry Pi?

IT Questions BankCategory: IoT Connecting ThingsTo answer the question, you do not need the graphic. Why is it common to connect an Arduino board with a single board computer like the Raspberry Pi?

To answer the question, you do not need the graphic. Why is it common to connect an Arduino board with a single board computer like the Raspberry Pi?

  • The Arduino is a full computer and the Raspberry Pi is not.
  • The Raspberry Pi cannot process incoming digital signals.
  • The Arduino has analog pins.
  • The Raspberry Pi does not require software to interact with an Arduino.

Explanation: Analog signals are generated by thermometers, light sensors, and air pressure sensors. A Raspberry Pi does not have analog pins and requires the use of another device to receive this data. An Arduino has analog pins and can then receive analog signals and data by connecting to a Raspberry Pi via USB.

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