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This instructable shows, how to do your own development board for Atmega16 or Atmega32 processors.The Internet is full of home made development boards...
There is circuits from the both boards and the pdf-file contains print out files from these boards. You can etch your boards from these pictures. Th...
There is two ways to make these boards, etching or milling. I'm not a chemist, so I used the last option. I made my mill from these great instructable...
The picture on below will show the name of the component and where it should be on board.
Before we can test our development board, we are going to need AVR-programmer cable. Here is good instructable about the programming cable. We need o...
Next we are going to need some "test" programs for testing our board. IMPORTANT! We have to disable JTAG from PORTC, if we don't do that, the lcd-modu...
If everything worked perfectly, it is time to test our rs232 module. There is a little program which testing that our TX and RX works.Usage in Linux:C...
Now it is time to test our LCD-module. I attached a great software for controlling the LCD-screen. I downloaded the code from Scienceprog.com and modi...
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Posted:Apr 3, 2009
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