Hey Guys once again,
Mega644PA to Mega644PA on Atmel Studio
I've been scouting the forums most of today among a few other places and I can't seem to resolve an issue I've been having with basic communication between Master and Slave devices. Initially I thought It was my code Utilizing the most basic stuff I could create still created issues.
So I next moved to existing projects and tutorials starting off with http://pengu.student.utwente.nl/wordpress/?p=136. And still couldn't create a connection between the two units. Moreover, according to my oscilloscope a lot of data is being transmitted, however, no data was reaching the other end as I placed inline USART debug commands that did nothing.
I also tried "Fleury" I2C stuff which was supposed to work for almost anything and it couldn't even generate a pulse on the scope. Thus making me feel like my hardware setup is incorrect plainly my Slave was not working.
I tried my custom Slave as well as the one listed above and neither worked. My last try was with the Atmel Notes example applications, while I understand they weren't created for the GCC compiler I changed a few lines of code to be compatible withe the GCC compiler for both the master and Slave, compiled and uploaded and these together didn't work either.
I also understand that most of these applications have been made for varying tinyavr's and atmega based devices and in some cases like "Fleury" for a single operation for an external EEPROM device. I changed what I could to work, addresses so they matched both ends, and Ports when rarely used.
Would you guys know of any solid tutorials that I may have overlooked in my search, perhaps starting from scratch that could resolve what I have done thus far?
I am simply trying to get a data string to the slave device and output through USART.