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Hardware components: Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO × 1 Atmel ATMega328 × 1 Linear Regulator (7805) × 1 Jumper wires (generic) × 20 Resistor 10k ohm × 5 Resistor 1k ohm × 5 Capacitor 22 pF × 6 16 MHz Crystal × 3 SparkFun Pushbutton switch 12mm × 3 LED (generic) × 6 Capacitor 10 µF × 6 Capacitor 470 µF × 3 Terminal Blocks × 1 9V to Barrel Jack Connector × 1 SparkFun DC Female Jack × 1 Raspberry Pi 2 Model B × ...

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Darby’s not dead.

Hardware components: Particle Spark Core × 1 atmega168 × 1 pn532 breakout board/ adafruit × 1 Story In the future there is a bar where all the dead punk rockers hang out. They are each given a MiFare classic card programmed with their name and 666 credits. This is the device the bartender uses to keep track of their tab. This project uses an atmega168 to control a pn532 breakout board to write cards as well ...

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Digital Thermometer using AVR, LM35 and 16×2 LCD

Thermometers are the device we use to measure the temperature in any desired scale and we all will be quite familiar with the analog thermometers. There are some disadvantages in analog thermometers and this can be overcome by using this digital thermometer using avr. The above embedded system shows the design and implementation of a simple Digital Thermometer using Atmega16 (AVR),  LM35 & 16×2 LCD. LM3 ...

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AVR Serial Communication (UART) Programming tutorial

This tutorial focuses to teach you how to program AVR Serial Communication (UART). UART plays an important role in almost every embedded applications which we see in our day to life and hence it was considered to be very important concept in every Microcontroller. The above design demonstrates the usage of UART to send and receive data via hyperterminal as well display the received data in 1 16×2 LCD. As we ...

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Tutorial on printing image in Graphical LCD (GLCD) using Atmega32

Graphical LCD’s known as GLCD are display devices which are capable of displaying graphical images, customized characters, etc. This paves way for any system to present information to the end user by means of interactive graphics such as printing image. Bored of using the old 16×2 LCD displays, then you should probably try this one to make your projects more interactive. This tutorial focused to teach you a ...

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Creating Pac man custom patterns and animation in LCD display

LCD modules are widely used to display calculated data’s, user references and much more. In addition all character based LCD which uses HD44780 controller consists of a special RAM known as CGRAM which allows user to create custom patterns. This tutorial will teach you to create your desired pattern as well running it as a simple animation CGROM: CG ROM is nothing but a memory which holds the pattern of the ...

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LCD Interface with Atmega32 AVR microcontoller for beginners

LCD’s are quite familiar module when comes interfacing with microcontrollers. We can find these display modules in plenty of instances where a specific info is need to be displayed for the viewers. This article explains LCD interface with Atmega32 a AVR family Microcontroller and display a message “Welcome Gadgetronicx” text in LCD. 16 x 2 LCD: 16×2 LCD, got its name since it contains 16 columns and two row ...

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