Posted by Michael@Atmel on Friday, July 11, 2014
As we near the launch of the new AVR Freaks site, we'd like to ask everybody to verify that their account, here, is using a valid and current email address. We will be migrating all user accounts in a couple of weeks to prepare the new site for its launch.
We'll be asking that all users reset their passwords on the new site which requires a valid email address as part of the process.
The new site will use a much more advanced and secure encryption protocol, than this site, for passwords. We want to ensure that all user accounts are secure and recommend using a new password.
If you have any questions, you can reply to the forum announcement here: Please verify your email address
Posted by cleaner on Saturday, November 09, 2013
A new era is on the horizon for AVRfreaks. We have begun a project to move the community to an entirely new platform.
Posted by billcollis on Sunday, September 16, 2012
This is a textbook that I have written to support my high school students learning using the AVR for their technology projects. We have 300 students who learn to program the AVR and some do neat things.
The book is no charge, its almost 1000 pages of learning.
It starts with Bascom and does some C and C++
(I am interested in any C++ gurus feedback on what I have written)
The complementary software I have written is also free.
And there are a lot of students projects on my website as well.
Posted by jurem on Thursday, September 06, 2012
We have issued a new book on programming AVR. You may see the description of the book at all Amazon stores or at this page: http://www.svet-el.si/english/
Posted by eaceto on Thursday, August 19, 2010
I've develop a FREE iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad application that lets you configure your AVR SPI and email that configuration. It also offers help in order to understand the registers of the SPI Unit.
Next version, in which I'm working on, will email you complete code generated in ASM or C based on your configuration
Posted by AdaFreak on Friday, April 30, 2010
Atmel and Arrow Electronics Select Winners for SMART Design Challenge
Posted by Perryll on Wednesday, April 28, 2010
It includes a high-performance, circularly polarized antenna, which ensures a simple, affordable and low profile RFID installation.
Posted by RFID_DAILY on Friday, April 09, 2010
DAILY RFID has released a new Gen 2 RFID Windshield Tag, operating in 902MHz ~ 928MHz or 868MHz frequency. The Gen 2 RFID tag is specially designed to deliver long read range for automating vehicle tracking and access control.