In previous tutorials we have talked about what is a microcontroller and how it works now is the time to write our first program for blinking an LED. So Let's Go : Setting up a New Project in AVR Studio. Follow the Steps : 1.) Open your AVR Studio IDE 2. Click on new project … Continue reading Tutorial 4 : Get Started “Blinking a LED”
Here in this section we will be studying Pin Diagrams and the Pin Description of the ATmega 8 and ATmega 16 with Salient features Explained : # Salient Features of ATmega 16 : 16 Kb of Flash memory 8 bit data Bus 4 GPIO Ports namely PA0 - PA7 , PB0 - PB7 , PC0 … Continue reading Tutorial 3 : Getting Familiar with Atmega 8 and Atmega 16
The first step in world of AVR development is to setup the initial Required software which will help you code your programs and simulate it. The required software are as follows : AVR Studio - An IDE for Coding your projects WinAVR - Basically a compiler works with AVR Studio Proteus ISIS - Simulation and design … Continue reading Tutorial 2 : Setting up the Development Environment :
AVR is the series of the micro-controllers released by Atmel Corporation. These controllers are available in 8 and 32 bit modes and have many versions. The one which we are specifically talking about here is Atmega 16 which is a 8 bit controller with 16 Kb of flash memory i.e we can store a program … Continue reading Tutorial 1 : Introduction to AVR micro-controllers :
New to AVR series of the micro controllers , one of the most common, feature packed controller and easy to use platform. Here we will be learning just a bit of the theory and lots of the practical I mean lots of it. So this article will be structured as follows :- What is a … Continue reading Atmega 16 : The First Baby Steps for Beginners !!