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Stand-alone programming AVRs using CircuitPython

https://learn.adafruit.com

This guide will show you how to turn any CircuitPython powered board with 4+ GPIO pins into an AVR progammer all on its own. No software like avrdude is needed, this software will program the chip all on its own, just drag the HEX file onto the CircuitPython disk drive.

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Created by Jayant 30 weeks 6 days ago – Made popular 30 weeks 6 days ago
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Alarm Clock using AVR Microcontroller

http://circuitdigest.com

In this project we are going to design a simple Alarm clock using ATMEGA32 timers. ATmega32A microcontroller has a 16 bit timer, and we will be using that timer to count the seconds and develop a digital clock.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 26 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 26 weeks ago
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INFRARED TRACKING SYSTEM USING ATMEGA32

http://atmega32-avr.com

Our project is an infrared (IR) tracking system. A beacon, placed on the object to be tracked, continuously emits infrared signals in all directions. The signals coming from the beacon are detected by 2 IR receivers mounted on 2 stepper motors, which rotate independently and are in separate locations.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 31 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 31 weeks ago
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Connecting Piezo Speaker to ATmega32 Microcontroller

http://www.petervis.com

An ATMega32 sound generator code is extremely simple to implement. Almost any GPIO pin can drive a piezo buzzer, and the output quality is fine for producing some beeps. The code shown here is the simplest one I remember using basic physics, and since it does not use PWM it could be implemented on almost any microcontroller.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 31 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 31 weeks ago
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Digital Voltmeter using AVR Microcontrolelr

http://circuitdigest.com

In this project we are going to design a 25V range digital voltmeter by using ATMEGA32A microcontroller. In ATMEGA, we are going to use 10bit ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) to build a digital voltmeter. Now the ADC in ATMEGA can not take a input more than +5V, so for getting a higher range we are going to use a voltage divider circuit.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 31 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 31 weeks ago
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RFID Based Toll Plaza System

http://circuitdigest.com

In this project we are going to design a RFID based toll plaza system for security purposes. So this system open gates and allow people only with the authorized RFID tags. The authorized tags holder ID’s are programmed in to the ATMEGA Microcontroller and only those holders are allowed to leave or enter the premises.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 32 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 32 weeks ago
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USING AN AVR AS AN RFID TAG

http://scanlime.org

Last time, I posted an ultra-simple “from scratch” RFID reader, which uses no application-specific components: just a Propeller microcontroller and a few passive components. This time, I tried the opposite: building an RFID tag using no application-specific parts.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 34 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 34 weeks ago
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LCD Interfacing with ATmega32 Microcontroller

http://circuitdigest.com

The 16x2 will have 32 characters in total 16in 1st line and another 16 in 2nd line. Here one must understand that in each character there are 5x10=50 pixels so to display one character all 50 pixels must work together. But we need not to worry about that because there is another controller (HD44780) in the display unit which does the job of controlling the pixels.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 35 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 35 weeks ago
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Automatic Staircase Light using ATmega32 Microcontroller

http://circuitdigest.com

The circuit works on two conditions - one is presence of light in its location and second is presence of human being, only when these two conditions are met, the controller turns the backup light ON.
These two conditions are tested by two sensors one is LDR and other is Motion sensor module. The LDR senses the presence of light and Motion sensor detects the presence of a human being in its range.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 35 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 35 weeks ago
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