SineCosine ExampleExamples

Demonstrates the Pythagorean trignometric identity with the use of Cosine, Sine, Vector Multiplication, and Vector Addition functions.
Mathematically, the Pythagorean trignometric identity is defined by the following equation:
sin(x) * sin(x) + cos(x) * cos(x) = 1
where x is the angle in radians.
Block Diagram:
Variables Description:
  • testInput_f32 array of input angle in radians
  • testOutput stores sum of the squares of sine and cosine values of input angle
CMSIS DSP Software Library Functions Used:

Refer arm_sin_cos_example_f32.c