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[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
Hi Cliff, Thanks for your answer. I only need a simulator to add to my linux environment. I checked the forum and read some posts about AVR Studio and Wine. I think I'll go with...
Friday, 16 January 2009 - 09:57
[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
mmmh, thanks for testing this in a simulator. I think the only possibility left is a hardware bug. I'll try to change the uC to another 2313 or maybe a 45 for instance and see if...
Friday, 16 January 2009 - 08:38
[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
Ok, here is my full code. I thought it wouldn't be a problem to post a snippet but it seems it's related. Sorry about that. So when I set OCR0A higher than 27, the clock at the...
Thursday, 15 January 2009 - 17:39
[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
so, no answer since my last post. I discovered that with OCR0A 27, no clock anymore... This just drives me crazy...
Wednesday, 14 January 2009 - 21:43
[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
huh... I played with my source code but when I set the prescaler to 1 and OCR0A to 249, it doesn't work anymore. The clock is not generated. According to the formula, it should be...
Sunday, 11 January 2009 - 14:53
[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
Yeah, it's what I thought... It's weird because at first, we think with this timer thing we can achieve whatever clock we want under the condition that the output clock is smaller...
Sunday, 11 January 2009 - 13:53
[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
yes, I'm using the -Os flag... So what would be the solution? Increase the system clock?
Sunday, 11 January 2009 - 12:53
[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
Hi, First of, thanks for this tutorial. However, I still have a little problem. I would like a clock of 250Khz. My sys clock is 1Mhz. According to the formula in the datasheet (...
Sunday, 11 January 2009 - 12:36
[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
Hi, First of, thanks for this tutorial. However, I still have a little problem. I would like a clock of 250Khz. My sys clock is 1Mhz. According to the formula in the datasheet (...
Sunday, 11 January 2009 - 12:29