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ATmega48 and JTAGICEmkII connect error
I'm trying use debugWire on an ATmega48 part but I'm getting an error messageQuote:Target part (0x7800) is not supported. Using AVRStudio 4.12 SP1 build 412 with an ATmega48-20AI...
Friday, 17 March 2006 - 21:14
ATmega32 input pin protection
I have a board that uses a 47k resistor as input protection to PC5 but I am having trouble getting the voltage to go low enough for PC5 to be low. The internal pull-up is enabled...
Thursday, 22 December 2005 - 01:14
AVRStudio 4.12.460 WinAVR EEPROM section bug
I am trying to understand EEPROM handling in WinAVR so I built a simple project using suggestion by lfmorrision in another thread. I set the project settings for ATmega32 with 8...
Saturday, 26 November 2005 - 04:14
Anybody heard of C-BUS
Got an email from my boss about a microcontroller interface to a C-BUS device. Did some googlin' and found some info but it doesn't sound very microcontroller friendly. Looks...
Saturday, 16 July 2005 - 05:47
STK500.exe not returning hardware/software version
Using the version included with AVRStudio Version 4.11 b410 (SP3), the -b switch returns 0x0f for the hardware version, 0x0f major and 0x0f minor software version bytes. But using...
Wednesday, 22 June 2005 - 04:14
ATmega32 assembler include file errors?
I just started an ATmega32 project using AVR Studio 4.09 and got an error while assembling it. It pointed to my initialization of the SFIOR register and did not know what ADTS0...
Tuesday, 14 September 2004 - 17:21
Is this an external SRAM stupid idea?
First the problem. I am using an ATmega162 chip that can have either a 32 kB or 512 kB external SRAM chip. I thought I could simply try to access address 0xC500 to see if the...
Friday, 20 August 2004 - 01:37
Knowing if battery backed-up SRAM is valid
I am about to start a project using an ATmega162 that can have 32 kB or 512 kB of external SRAM and started to wonder how am I going to know when I need to initialize the...
Tuesday, 3 August 2004 - 18:32