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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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Standalone Atmega328

We all have a deep fondness to our Arduino with its familiar shades of blue/green, but the time has come to explore other project options. One that involve fewer pieces, fewer parts, and fewer dollars. Building a standalone Atmega328 is far simpler than you might have imagined and can open up a wide range of of new project possibilities. Step 1: Materials: The shopping list contains parts that are entirely ...

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Laser Tag with wireless logging using Atmega644

Introduction "A new spin on Laser Tag with Wireless Real-Time Updates" For our ECE 4760 final project, we designed and built our own laser tag system. We included many traditional laser tag features, but then added our own 4760 twist. For the purposes of a prototype for this class, we only created enough equipment for two players. This however could be easily scaled by building more blasters in the future. ...

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Smart Trash system Using Atmega644

Introduction top For our final project, we have designed and built a 'proof of concept' prototype for Project Green Stations, an externally funded student group with the following mission statement: Project Green Stations is all about changing the way people see the environment. Imagine the go-green movement as a brand. Solar panels, Toyota Priuses, and waste receptacles are all points of interaction with y ...

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Voice decoder for vowels Using Atmega644

Introduction In our final project, we created a smart voice decoder system that is capable of recognizing vowels in human speech. The audio input is sampled through a microphone/amplifier circuit and analyzed in real time using the Mega644 MCU. The user can record and analyze his/her speech using both hardware buttons and custom commands through PuTTY. In addition, the final product also supports a simple v ...

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