I am new to micros, I would like to learn ARM7, any suggestions where can I find the learning material?
Thanks in advance!
Leon Heller G1HSM
1) Why would you post that question on an Atmel AVR site?
2) Have you searched these forums for prior discussions?
3) There must be SOME reason you have chosen ARM7. Doesn't that mean there was a mention somewhere that got your interest? Surely there are enough keywords for a Google search.
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I thought AVR makes ARM7, NO?
They are not related?
Atmel makes ARM-based controllers: http://www.atmel.com/products/at...
But this forum is for Atmel's 8-bit-AVR which obviously can't be ARM's
Thanks a lot to every one who replied.
OK so let me get started with AVR, I am totally new to this field.
Where do I start with the AVR, where can I order the Micro-controllers, can I build hardware around AVR myself and what about the programmer?
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Starting out asking about 32-bit ARM-7's specifically, and then flips to 8-bit AVRs just like that. Ho-hum..
where can I order the Micro-controllers
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