NerdKits - electronics education for a digital generation

You are not logged in. [log in]

NEW: Learning electronics? Ask your questions on the new Electronics Questions & Answers site hosted by CircuitLab.

Microcontroller Programming

NerdKits » Forums » Microcontroller Programming (835 threads, 6773 posts)
Thread Posts Views Last Post
Reassigning Microcontroller pins to the LCD 5 2399 May 26, 2012
by Rick_S
How to create a loop timer while checking 2 pin inputs 14 3024 May 22, 2012
by Blackbird
Is there a way to execute a program one line at a time for troubleshooting? 4 2708 May 22, 2012
by Ralphxyz
AVRISP2 programmer and Macbook 3 2999 May 17, 2012
by RogerFL
Compiler issue? 3 2567 May 17, 2012
by RogerFL
SPI Problem! 1 3168 May 17, 2012
by kemil
Read from atmega 15 12591 May 15, 2012
by Rick_S
Pulse width measurement(Please Help!) 8 4785 May 14, 2012
by pcbolt
loading source code for a multi panel array 3 2659 May 10, 2012
by pcbolt
Example Code for Humidity & Temperature Sensor - DHT11 / DHT22 5 4277 May 10, 2012
by reddog30jen
Is it possible to scale the crystal clock down to 8 MHz? 13 3357 May 08, 2012
by RogerFL
Displaying on the LCD 2 2531 May 06, 2012
by ad2476
Problem with Boolean type 12 5999 May 03, 2012
by HexManiac
Fan control troubleshooting 24 4266 April 30, 2012
by jimlundborg
I can send char as "0xff" or 'f', but if *str = "f", I can't send *str 3 2782 April 30, 2012
by hevans
Putting Data in Program Space, and using it... 4 3202 April 29, 2012
by JimFrederickson
include statement 2 2372 April 26, 2012
by Heno2au
Sequencer project (help needed with timing) 5 2979 April 21, 2012
by sask55
Total noob in need of LCD help Atmega328p 19 5442 April 20, 2012
by ram_engineerin_2012
Switching from ADMUX=0 to ADMUX=5 3 4049 April 20, 2012
by Ralphxyz
Previous Next
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [11] 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
View All

Create a Thread

Please log in to create a thread.

Did you know that you need to think about wires differently when you're transmitting signals more than a few inches? Learn more...