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AVR/Arduino RFID Reader with UART Code in C

RFID is the craze, found everywhere - from inventory systems to badge ID systems. If you've ever been to a department store and walked through those metal-detector-looking things at the entrace/exit points, then you've seen RFID. There are several places to find good information on setting up RFID, and this instructable focuses on installing the Parallax RFID reader (Serial TTL) on an AVR, with emphasis on ...

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Telnet to your Arduino/AVR!

The other day I was wanting to check on one of my AVR's but I was upstairs and god knows it was too much of a hassle to go downstairs to where the microcontroller was. But, there were two idle computers sitting upstairs next to my lazy butt, so I had a half-day from work and decided to write an application that binds two ports: a serial port to connect to the Arduino/AVR and a TCP/IP port that I could telne ...

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Development system for PIC and AVR microcontrollers

After testing many systems development for PIC and AVR microcontrollers, none satisfy me. So I created this system with breadboard that has satisfied me. Step 1: More space free In this development system, I put two protoboards turned 180 degrees from each other. The space that is left to just enough space to insert a 40-pin microcontroller. But I'm planning to create a version with movables protoboards  to ...

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ATtiny programming with Arduino

After this Instructable you should be able to program an A Ttiny85/45 with an arduino. It may sound complex but it really isn't. After doing some research I could not find to much info on how this could be done. I however did find http://www.instructables.com/id/Program-an-ATtiny-with-Arduino/. This Instructable is my interpretation of what I learned from Randy. Step 1: Things you will need Arduino AT tiny ...

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Making a set of traffic lights Using Arduino

This tutorial will step you through the process of creating a set of controllable and configurable traffic lights whilst also teaching you the basics of Arduino. Some knowledge is needed and I highly recommend reading and following through on most if not all of the pages of the following document, created by the wonderful Arduino.cc people! Arduino - Getting started guide This document will explain in simpl ...

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Power your Arduino/AVR with a Hand-Cranked Battery

If you've ever wanted to power your Arduino or AVR from a battery for development testing (batteries have different power delivery qualities than, say, transformed AC or even a regulated wall wart in DC) testing but were tired of going through batteries (Hey, I admit I've sucked batteries dry in hours because of a slipped-up design before I caught it). Maybe you want to take your design and project mobile, ...

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How to get started with Eclipse and AVR

Programming AVRs is fun, but sometimes the manufacturers development environments make code maintenance a chore. If your looking for a free, cross platform, high quality piece of software for programming AVRs Eclipseis a good choice.Moving to an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), such as Eclipse is a logical step up from learning to program basic functions. By using an IDE you will be able to work ea ...

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