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Microwave Controller using ATmega8 – AVR Project

The user interface has the following parts. Output Device: A 16×2 alphanumeric LCD Module is used as the main output device. It can display numbers, alphabets and few symbols. It can show two line and each line can have 16 characters. The backlight enables the text to be visible even in dark. A buzzer beeps when the system receive input from the user and the input is successfully processed. For example if t ...

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Smart Home Automation using AVR

in this technological world, automatic systems are being preferred over manual system. In this series Home Automation plays an important role for humans. In this unit we talk about basic needs to understand the project well and also for its future advancements. We are going to talk about different types of sensors (i.e. Temperature Sensor, LPG Gas Sensor, LDR) and input and output devices (i.e. 2x2 matrix K ...

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Interfacing 16X2 LCD to AVR Microcontroller

Well this is not different from the way interfacing the LCD to 8051 or PIC microcontroller. The crystal oscillator will provide the clock to the microcontroller. The capacitors connected to the crystal will act as filters and help the crystal to resonate and oscillates to its parallel resonate mode.  The potentiometer which is connected to the pin 3 and pin2 of LCD will help to adjust the contrast of the LC ...

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Make yourself a homemade clock with thermometer using ATMEGA128

In this step by step I wanna share my experiment with ATMEGA128 timer and interrupt using DS1307 and NTC to display homemade clock and thermometer. It displays hour,minute,second, day of week, day of month, month, and year, and the temperature in celcius Enjoy the project... Step 1: Prepare all the parts for this project This project will need these parts : 1. ATMEGA128 board 2. ATMEGA 128 chip 3. DS1307 mo ...

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Homemade singing ATMEGA128

Hello guys, After experimenting with 8 octave tone generator, Now, I'm continuing on creating a singing ATMEGA128 Let's get started, no more delay.... Step 1: Prepare all the parts needed... Let's prepare the part we need, 1. ATMEGA128 2. The board itself, I created my own PCB for it 3. Speaker, 4. LM386 5 ATMEGA8 debugger after the part is ready, let's build the code .   For more detail: Homemade sing ...

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Automated Drink Mixer Using Atmega1284

Abstract The automated drink mixer takes orders from a push-button menu, and moves a regular 16-ounce glass under a series of inverted bottles while dispensing specified amounts of mixers to make perfect non-alcoholic beverages. Introduction             If you’ve ever been to a crowded bar or restaurant and waited a long time just to get served an ill-prepared drink by someone that you still have to tip aft ...

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Precision Cooker: A Temperature Controlled Cooker Using Atmega1284

Precise time and temperature control are critical when cooking. Slight deviations in either temperature or cooking time can ruin delicate ingredients. Despite this fact, most modern day stovetops provide no data regarding their current temperatures and do not have built in timers. The stovetops that do provide these functionalities are often expensive and require specialized cookware. As our final project f ...

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