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SPI Problem! 1 2228 May 17, 2012
by kemil
Read from atmega 15 9473 May 15, 2012
by Rick_S
Pulse width measurement(Please Help!) 8 3493 May 14, 2012
by pcbolt
loading source code for a multi panel array 3 1727 May 10, 2012
by pcbolt
Example Code for Humidity & Temperature Sensor - DHT11 / DHT22 5 3314 May 10, 2012
by reddog30jen
Is it possible to scale the crystal clock down to 8 MHz? 13 2432 May 08, 2012
by RogerFL
Displaying on the LCD 2 1720 May 06, 2012
by ad2476
Problem with Boolean type 12 3503 May 03, 2012
by HexManiac
Fan control troubleshooting 24 3017 April 30, 2012
by jimlundborg
I can send char as "0xff" or 'f', but if *str = "f", I can't send *str 3 1957 April 30, 2012
by hevans
Putting Data in Program Space, and using it... 4 2363 April 29, 2012
by JimFrederickson
include statement 2 1575 April 26, 2012
by Heno2au
Sequencer project (help needed with timing) 5 2024 April 21, 2012
by sask55
Total noob in need of LCD help Atmega328p 19 3843 April 20, 2012
by ram_engineerin_2012
Switching from ADMUX=0 to ADMUX=5 3 3077 April 20, 2012
by Ralphxyz
Simple UART code 7 3027 April 17, 2012
by pcbolt
Vsync Hsync, how to program them correctly 4 2677 April 16, 2012
by Akeshish
Why is width of image divided by 256? 3 1688 April 16, 2012
by jeffspc88mx
How do I run two subroutines or functions simultaneously? 5 2452 April 15, 2012
by Rick_S
Use Different External Crystal Oscillator 12 2183 April 12, 2012
by pcbolt
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