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ATmega32 Switch Toggle Program

ATMega32 switch code is extremely simple to implement, and this article looks into how to write the code to make an LED light up when a switch is pressed. The atmega32-switch-code.c program tests the switch input to the ATMega32 Development System. There are many ways to write the code, but I have chosen the simplest way possible so everyone can understand. Therefore, instead of using “case”, I am using “if ...

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ATmega32 blinking LED Lights

Using the ATMega32 microcontroller to flash or blink some LEDs is extremely simple and this tutorial shows how to make a blinker circuit including the example program code to blink eight LEDs. In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a program to blink eight LEDs sequentially, how to generate the hex file in AVR Studio, and how to transfer it into the ATMega32 memory using PonyProg2000. This is a multi- ...

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Token number display system using microcontroller

Bank token number display project is build using ATmega8 Microcontroller and ULN2003 for driving large LED display, PCB layout, Circuit diagram are self explanatory. It is capable to display three digits, its simple project using microcontroller. Token issue systems are ideal for banks, airports, public dealing offices, hospitals,doctor’s clinics, restaurants and other such places where people have to wait ...

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The LED Chasing Effect Project using Atmel AVR Microcontroller

One of the interesting projects for most of the embedded beginners enthusiasts or hobbyists is to build the LED chasing effect. In this project we are going to use both the Arduino IDE and Atmel AVR Studio to program the AVR ATMega168 microcontroller, therefore you could learn to use these well known Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to program the project. The LED Chasing Project To complete the pro ...

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Blinking LED using Atmega32 Microcontroller and Atmel Studio

Similar to printing ‘Hello World’ in C or C++, the very first step towards programming a microcontroller is Blinking a LED with a delay. Atmega32 is a very popular high performance 8 bit AVR Microcontroller. For this example project we need to use two registers DDR and PORT. DDR stands for Data Direction Register, it determines the direction (Input/Output) of each pins on the microcontroller. HIGH at DDR re ...

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Analog to Digital Converter of ATmega32 with LED Display

Microcontrollers are capable of detecting binary signals: is the button pressed or not? These are digital signals. When a microcontroller is powered from five volt, it understands zero volts (0V) as a binary 0 and five volts (5V) as a binary 1. But the real world is not so simple and likes to use shades of gray. What if the signal is 2.72V? Is that a zero or a one? We often need to measure signals that vary ...

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4X4 Keypad Interfacing with ATmega32 and LED Display

Keypads are parts of HMI or Human Machine Interface and play really important role in a small embedded system where human interaction or human input is needed. Matrix keypads are well known for their simple architecture and ease of interfacing. In this project, we will learn How to interface a 4X4 keypad with AVR ATmega32 microcontroller. Here, we will display the value of the pressed key in a 1X8 LED array ...

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