AVR ATmega Projects

Building a Real Time Wireless Flood Monitoring System with HC SR04 and AVR ATmega 1

Building a Real-Time Wireless Flood Monitoring System with HC-SR04 and AVR ATmega

Objectives There are a few objectives that need to be met to get this project done: These objectives will act as a guide and restrict the system to be implemented for certain situations: To develop a model of REAL TIME WIRELESS FLOOD MONITORING SYSTEM by using the ultrasonic sensor to measure the water depth in […]

Building a Real-Time Wireless Flood Monitoring System with HC-SR04 and AVR ATmega Read More »

Intelligent Warehousing Management System Architecture

Design of Fuzzy Controller Hardware Based on ATmega32 Microcontroller as a Temperature and Humidity Controller

INTRODUCTION Efficient warehouse management is crucial for businesses to minimize errors and maximize productivity. Intelligent warehouse management systems aim to achieve this through integrating computer systems, equipment, and users as a unified system. This improves information quality, reduces unproductive time through fewer errors, and increases customer satisfaction through on-time deliveries of high quality goods. Higher

Design of Fuzzy Controller Hardware Based on ATmega32 Microcontroller as a Temperature and Humidity Controller Read More »

Where f is the frequency

Building a High-Precision Radio Frequency Beacon Finder

This project designed and built a radio frequency (RF) receiver unit that can detect RF signals transmitted by beacons operating at 433MHz and provide information to help the user locate the beacons. The motivation came from wanting to track small attachable beacons that could be placed on personal items to locate them if lost or

Building a High-Precision Radio Frequency Beacon Finder Read More »

Choosing the Right Microcontroller for Beginners in the AVR Family

Choosing the Right Microcontroller for Beginners in the AVR Family

Getting started with a microcontroller as a beginner can feel intimidating. With so many options and specifications to consider, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. The AVR family of microcontrollers from Atmel (now part of Microchip) offers a great range of controllers for learning everything from basic inputs and outputs to more advanced programming techniques. In

Choosing the Right Microcontroller for Beginners in the AVR Family Read More »

The Evolution of the Intelligent Wireless Pedometer

The Evolution of the Intelligent Wireless Pedometer

In the ever-evolving realm of fitness technology, the intelligent wireless pedometer emerges as a sophisticated tool for monitoring and motivating an active lifestyle. This commentary delves into the potential of this project, exploring its functionalities, benefits, and future possibilities. Stepping Up from Simple Steps: Beyond the Traditional Pedometer Traditional pedometers, while effective in basic step

The Evolution of the Intelligent Wireless Pedometer Read More »

Nintendo Wii Nunchuk for Input PCBA Devices

Nintendo Wii Nunchuk for Input PCBA Devices

The Nintendo Wii Nunchuk was released in December 2006. It features an analog stick, two buttons, and a 3-axis accelerometer. Due to its low price (around $5 for a used or counterfeit Nunchuk) and I2C bus support, it became an easily accessible option for those looking to add an input device to their project without much hassle. Without further

Nintendo Wii Nunchuk for Input PCBA Devices Read More »

Advancements in Networked Biometric Authentication Systems

Advancements in Networked Biometric Authentication Systems

Introduction: With the growing imperative to safeguard data and premises, the biometric authentication sector is witnessing significant market expansion. Our endeavor focuses on creating a scalable, compact, and efficient device tailored for securing doorways within a complex. Leveraging a FingerPrint Cards capacitance-based fingerprint scanner, our system employs an ATMega32 microcontroller for data capture, storing the

Advancements in Networked Biometric Authentication Systems Read More »

Innovative Applications with the Atmel Mega644 Prototype Board

Innovative Applications with the Atmel Mega644 Prototype Board

Introduction This document outlines a prototype board designed for use with the Atmel Mega644 or Mega32 (PDIP) MCU. The board incorporates essential components such as a power supply, crystal clock, and bypass capacitors. Additionally, it features a six-pin header for flash memory programming from devices like STK500 or AVRISPmkII. All port pins are accessible via

Innovative Applications with the Atmel Mega644 Prototype Board Read More »

RFID Based Security System with AVR ATmega32 Microcontroller

RFID-Based Security System with AVR ATmega32 Microcontroller

Here are some potential issues or limitations with the proposed RFID-based access control system design: Privacy/Data Security – Stored RFID tag IDs could potentially be hacked or leaked, exposing user privacy. Proper encryption and access controls would be needed. RF Interference – The RFID reader’s performance could be impacted by other electromagnetic devices/signals in the

RFID-Based Security System with AVR ATmega32 Microcontroller Read More »

Scroll to Top