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Led Blink Code – Hello World Led using atmega16 in C




Configuring the microcontroller before running it the first time:

Fuse bytes : high and low
Program them once before you start using the micro-controller
Disable JTAG to free up PORTC for normal use
Set the correct clock clock option
With the hardware set up, run in Command Prompt :
For 1MHz internal clock:
vrdude -c usbasp -P usb -p m16 -U hfuse:w:0xd9:m -U lfuse:w:0xe1:m
For 16MHz external crystal:
vrdude -c usbasp -P usb -p m16 -U hfuse:w:0xc9:m -U lfuse:w:0xef:m
Refer to datasheet sections on “System clock and clock options” and
“Memory programming” for other clock options and their settings.
Setting the wrong fuse values may render the uC unusable

Led Blink CodeCode AVR Atmega16

Led Blink CodeCode AVR Atmega16

How We will Program it:

Blink an LED
– Choose a port and a pin
– In the code
1. Set pin direction to output
2. Set pin output to high
3. Wait for 250ms
4. Set pin output to low
5. Wait for 250ms
6. Go to 2

Relevant registers :
DDR  – set pin data direction
PORT – set pin output
PIN  – read pin input

Blink.C – Code in C Language:

#include <avr/io.h> // contains definitions for DDRB, PORTB
#include <util/delay.h> // contains the function _delay_ms()
int main(void)
{
DDRB = 0b11111111; // set all pins on PortB to output
while(1)
{
PORTB = 0b00000001; // Set PortB0 output high, others low
_delay_ms(250); // Do nothing for 250 ms
PORTB = 0b00000000; // Set all of them low
_delay_ms(250); // Do nothing for 250 ms
}
return 0;
}
/* DDRB is a 8-bit register which sets direction for each pin in PortB
PORTB decides output for output pins
0b – prefix for binary numbers, 0x – hex, no prefix – decimal
Thus, 15 = 0xf = 0b1111
*/

Compiling and Programming

– Save the code as blink.c in a separate folder (not strictly
necessary, just a good practice)
– Create a makefile using Mfile and save in the same folder
– Open it in Programmer’s Notepad and change:
◦ Line 44: MCU = atmega16
◦ Line 65: F_CPU = 1000000
◦ Line 73: TARGET = blink, Line 83: SRC = $(TARGET).c
◦ Alternatively, TARGET = anything_you_want and SRC =
blink.c
◦ Line 278: AVRDUDE_PROGRAMMER = usbasp
◦ Line 281: AVRDUDE_PORT = usb
– In Programmer’s Notepad, Tools > Make All to compile
– Connect USBasp to computer and ATmega16
– Tools > Program to program ATmega16

for more info visit: Led Blinking Code and AVR basic Tutorial

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