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I2C via interrupts define addresses for the Mega 168 3 1676 September 12, 2011
by Rick_S
Bitwise Operations( Binary representation of a floating pin) 12 2321 September 11, 2011
by dgikuljot
MCU Configuration 12 1821 September 08, 2011
by BobaMosfet
Varying voltages 10 2001 September 07, 2011
by bretm
Interpret statement 5 1609 September 03, 2011
by egero1
Temp spi help 3 1545 September 01, 2011
by missle3944
LCD horizontal scrolling 10 3558 August 31, 2011
by Ralphxyz
Reading from Multiple ADC sources. 5 1742 August 24, 2011
by Twarter369
I am about ready to give up on using WinAVR. 15 2147 August 23, 2011
by hevans
Trying to uncomplicate my head, Building an EEPROM, Shift Register, Display Schema 12 2263 August 21, 2011
by BobaMosfet
xylophone program 1 1745 August 20, 2011
by quickpenn
Making an exact copy of a signal 6 1779 August 18, 2011
by BobaMosfet
Meat thermometer project Live Graph to Display Points over a Larger time period 7 1969 August 18, 2011
by kemil
bootloader - AVR109_Noter 4 2455 August 17, 2011
by missle3944
4 Shift Registers in Daisy Chain with Atmega168 for RGB PWM 29 7016 August 16, 2011
by Ralphxyz
sending data over serial port at given time intervals 4 1901 August 10, 2011
by bretm
I made a new language for programming the Atmega 18 3083 August 08, 2011
by bretm
Noise Noise Noise 3 2400 August 04, 2011
by hariharan
Accessing PB1 - 5 2 1576 August 04, 2011
by Robotnik
using avr to signal condition fredericks electrolytic inclinometer. 4 1813 August 03, 2011
by cujofever
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