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[TUT] [C] Newbie's Guide to AVR Timers
Thanks for the marvelous tutorial. This was written perfectly, and with a good understanding. Many tutorials go over my head and assume I know what TOIE or OCR1H is. But you did...
Thursday, 11 October 2007 - 20:09
Yes I have been using winavr for a while, but getting confused with some online examples and tutorials. I now understand alot better, thanks for advice!
Thursday, 22 March 2007 - 03:14
assign char to bit
clawson wrote:Do you mean you have something like: unsigned char portDa = 0b1101; unsigned char portDb = 0b0101; No. I want PORTDa behave just as PORTD does, only it will...
Wednesday, 29 March 2006 - 18:55
assign char to bit
You are correct. Once I change the port to the new data, that will alter the motor leads; any clearing or changing will disrupt the flow. I will test this operation; thanks for...
Wednesday, 29 March 2006 - 16:23
assign char to bit
Those bits control a motor. The other 4 opposite bits on the port control a different motor. I must change the first four or the last four ALL at one time, without affecting...
Wednesday, 29 March 2006 - 00:15
mixed input / output newbie advice
Ok, I understand setting put the port as input pins and output using ddrd. And I know how to change individual pins, one at a time. What I need to do is modify FOUR pins at ONE...
Wednesday, 22 March 2006 - 03:37
easy question, newbie help - trying to mix i/o on portD
Koshchi: Quote:The example you gave was 0b00111111. That is setting bit 6 and bit 7 as inputs Thanks for the clairification; this would have messed me up. I can see now on AVR...
Thursday, 9 March 2006 - 15:08
new to avr - advice please
I think I like the looks of this development board. onboard led's and pushbuttons? ya!
Wednesday, 25 January 2006 - 04:38
new to avr - advice please
Well, I can see lots of people use these to make their own mp3 players w/ lcd screens - so that right there takes ALOT of clock instructions to handle playing audio and refreshing...
Tuesday, 24 January 2006 - 20:35
new to avr - advice please
Looking at the chips, most of them are like 4 mhz and 8 mhz. I'm running my tests on the pic-chips at 20 mhz. Is that the standard speed for most avr chips is 4 or 8? Is there...
Tuesday, 24 January 2006 - 16:48
new to avr - advice please
The price of an avr chip is like $2 or $3; so if whatever I buy doesnt come with the chips then I wont go broke ordering them separate. I will however, not know if I will have a...
Sunday, 22 January 2006 - 23:37
new to avr - advice please
I was looking at the relay development board, at sparkfun. Right now I can only burn 18 pin PIC chips, so it's not much of a change or problem if I can only burn 20 pin AVRs (...
Saturday, 21 January 2006 - 02:03