I have completed my project. Things is running smoothly (with a few hickups).
Ok, before I get all sorts of we not going to do your degree, we have our own etc........this is NOT a subject that has something to do with microcontrollers or programming.Out of the whole class I am the only one that used the AVR that was willing to learn something on my own and move away from the HUGE(physical size not capabilities) 100x100mm 80C31 training board they gave us at Varsity(peace of junk in my opinion).
So, what I was going to say is; I would like to know if there is someone that has some free time, or someone that wants to help me expand my AVR, C knowledge that I can mail my Project to and that will have a look at it and see were I can better the code or if I could have done something else. Time is not critical as I am going to hand in my project tomorrow with the code I have generated.
This is only so that I can continue to learn more about the AVR when I tackle some other things I want to build for myself.
So, the project does the following:
It is an audiometer, consisting of an LCD, keypad via ADC, and PWM output with different frequencies(11 of them). I know the higher frequencies are very unstable due to the amount of values in the lookup table and sampling rate etc.
Also, I am controlling two relay outputs, indicator LEDs etc.
Also a "power saving mode" that isn't really a power saving mode, more a standby than power saving.Basically clearing the LCD, switching of the backlight and stopping the PWM.
So, if you are interested, pm me or post it here. I would like to eventually post the project under the project section if it will be able to help someone new to AVR one day.