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How to interface an SD/MMC card to a Mega128 question.
Comments in program code tells almost same as texts in finnish..
Monday, 16 January 2006 - 09:49
How to interface an SD/MMC card to a Mega128 question.
Example using MMC and FAT-16 filesystem : http://www.metsys.fi/ana/mega32-...
Sunday, 15 January 2006 - 20:24
Help with T6963C and ATMega128
I measured contrast voltages from Winstar WG12864G: 0 ... -2,6 V no visible chars -2,5 ...-3,6 good contrast -3,6 ... -4,8 bad contrast Max generated voltage is -4,8 V
Tuesday, 27 December 2005 - 22:42
Help with T6963C and ATMega128
Quote:The device has two LC7940N 4NR2 chips (not a clue what it is), one LC7942N 3YR0 chip (still not a clue), the controller and 32k of SRAM onboard. Winstar uses same chips (...
Tuesday, 27 December 2005 - 22:23
Help with T6963C and ATMega128
I used Winstar WG12864G display where is negative voltage geneartor and 10 k trimmer to set contrast voltage. Winstar datasheet said VDD-Vo = 9,6 V (Vo = negative). Your data...
Tuesday, 27 December 2005 - 21:49
SD and MMC memory card read access time (Nac)
Example sourcecode for AVR and MMC and FAT filesystem can found at http://www.metsys.fi/ana/mega32-... Source has some limitations, these are documented in source code (and...
Monday, 5 December 2005 - 23:46
128x64 lcd with a t6963?
Example program can be found from http://www.metsys.fi/ana, text is finnish but program example is codevision-c example:http://www.metsys.fi/ana/image/m...
Tuesday, 25 October 2005 - 11:00
Graphic lc displays
Example code for module using T6963C controller can be found http://www.metsys.fi/ana/image/m... (or http://www.metsys.fi/ana/ -> 128*64 graphic display module and AVR Mega16)
Wednesday, 19 October 2005 - 13:25
mmc interface
OK I will try SPI. 'free' sems to be illegal word in this forum. I have published my AVR projects to web, anybody can copy them FREE.
Wednesday, 12 October 2005 - 22:04
C compiler for tiny series MCU's
I ve been looking this kind of compiler, simply enough even for me. Thanks.
Thursday, 18 November 2004 - 22:03