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Bootloading and Mounting Arduino Atmega328 – I made it at TechShop

This Instructable shows how to bootload and mount an Atmega328, Atmega328p or Atmega328p-pu for any project. This is a great way to save money by purchasing Atmega328 DIP package microcontrollers instead of using the Arduino development board itself. I put this together at techshop to be able to bootload microncontrollers for future applications they don't do a ton in electronics or programming but you can ...

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Use ATmega328 Chip as a Storage Device and Store Text and Images in it

Hi everyone! In this instructable, I am going to show you how to store text and images in a small ATmega328P chip. Lets get started! This article is also available on Jordan's Lab Notebook! Step 1: Things Needed Things Needed: - Arduino Uno - ATmega Chips (Optional, you can use the original chip of the arduino uno) - Arduino IDE - Internet Access Step 2: [Optional] Replacing the ATmega328 Chip of the Arduin ...

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Create yourself a message flasher with ATMEGA128

Guys, I wanna share my experiment on creating a message flasher with ATMEGA128 and LCD 16x2, It can be done on your weekend.... Step 1: Prepare the components I prepare all the components below, The most importants are ATMEGA128 TQFP 64 and LCD 16x2 Another one, 1  trimpot 1K or a 1K resistor connected to VEE on LCD 16x2 and into GND. And this is the rest ,please have a look on the screenshot.: Step 2: The ...

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I2C Bus for ATtiny and ATmega

I love the Atmel AVR microcontrollers! Since building the Ghetto Development System described in this Instructable, I've had no end of fun experimenting with the AVR ATtiny2313 and the ATmega168 in particular. I even went so far as to write an Instructable on using switches as inputs, and extended the Ghetto Development System concept to CPLDs. During a recent project, I needed several switches for setting ...

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Using Atmega32 with Arduino IDE

Over time I have used all kinds of Atmel microcontrollers in various projects. One of the most suitable was ATmega32. I have a small collection of development boards for Atmega32/16, some bought as-is, some made on stripboard. Although the original Arduino boards offers a pleasant experience and a rapid development of the projects, when it was necessary to "extract" these projects to give them final shape I ...

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Burning atmega328-pu and atmega328p-pu bootloader

Burning the boot loader in an atmega328 could be somewhat tricky but if u follow these steps correctly youll be able to bootload any type of atmega328 micro controller .. Step 1: "setting up the hardware" -List of stuff you'll need: - An Arduino board (any type) - 18-22pf capacitors (x2) - 16 MHZ oscilator - Breadboard - 10 Kohm resistor - Jumper wires - ATMEGA328-PU or ATMEGA328P-PU - Bread board . . Assem ...

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Speech Synthesis on Atmega128

I had this one project where the device was supposed to speak out the output. And I was too Lazy to actually go and build a PC based application and not that lazy to make it on a micro controller. So here is some of my research where i am gonna show you how to do speech synthesis for your Embedded Project. Why I am Implementing it on a Microcontroller? -Its Cheap -Its Portable -Its Fun -Its Easy ( Yes! Once ...

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