|AVR-Single-Chip-Processors AT90S, ATtiny, ATmega
of ATMEL in practical examples.
|Page link||Short description||AVR-Type||Source|
|Spotlight with 198 10mm LEDs, intensity regulator with potentiometer and battery monitoring||ATtiny13||Spotlight||Spotlight|
|Signal generator with ATmega16, provides sawtooth, sine, triangle and rectangle signals between 2 Hz and 20 kHz, with an LCD for wave and frequency display, linear variable resistor to adjust frequency and four switches for mode selection||ATmega16||siggen_m16_v14||siggen_m16_v1
|A DCF77 synchronized clock with LCD||ATmega16||clock_m16_v5||clock_m16_v5
plus 3 inc's
|A DCF77 superhet receiver with TCA440||-||-||-|
|Date and time with AVRs in assembler||-||-||-|
|A timer for 5 seconds to 7 minutes in 12 stages with 12 LEDs and three buttons||ATtiny24||Multitimer||Multitimer|
|Stopwatches with AVRs, some theory and considerations||Any||-||-|
|A four channel stopwatch with an ATmega8||ATmega8||Stopwatch_m8||Stopwatch_m8|
|A three stage stopwatch with an ATtiny24||ATtiny24||Stopwatch_tn64||Stopwatch_tn64|
|LCDs on an AVR, a universal include file for tailoring any LCD in any mode on an AVR, with two example applications||Any||lcd.inc||lcd.inc|
|ATmega8||Example 8 bit||Example 8 bit|
|ATtiny24||Example 4 bit||Example 4 bit|
|Multiple keys on an ADC input pins||Any||decode_key||decode_key|
|Follow me - audio sensor with electret microphone||ATtiny45||Follow me||Follow me|
|Servomotor controller for model railroad crossing gates||ATtiny24||Gate tn24||Gate tn24|
|Stepper motor 28BYJ-24 control for modeling applications||ATtiny24||Stepper_tn24||Stepper_tn24|
|Experimental board with an ATtiny and a LCD||ATtiny24
|Double dice with 2 displays||ATtiny24||Dice tn24 v1<>||Dice2 tn24 v1<>|
|Magic circle with 13 LEDs||ATtiny2313||Magic circle||Magic circle
|Binary watch with 20 LEDs||ATmega8||Watch||Watch|
|A text ticker with 192 LEDs||ATmega16||Ticker||Ticker
|Audio level meter with a 4 line LCD - Configurable in wide varieties of sensivity, linear and log, etc.||ATtiny24||-||Level meter|
|Tumbling dice with two seven-segment-displays||ATmega16||-||Dice M16|
|IR-Rx-Sw||Infrared receiver and three channel switch, self-learning||ATtiny13||IR-Rx-Sw||IR-Rx-Sw|
|ledlight||Led light chain sequencer||ATtiny13||ledlight||ledlight|
|ledline||Driving two LED lines and controlling intensity with two potentiometers||ATtiny13||ledline||ledline|
|dice||Tumbling dice, seven LEDs and a pushbutton, with PCB layout||ATtiny13||dice||dice|
|digiclock||Digital clock and alarm timer, 7-segment displays, Xtal control, and much more||ATmega16||digiclock||digiclock|
|All about infrared remote control signals
Measuring IR remote control signals with an ATmega8
Analysing IR remote control signals
IR remote control transmitter with an ATtiny45
IR remote controlled receiver with an ATtiny13
|LED grave||8-by-8 LED matrix||ATmega16||led-grave||led-grave|
|Frequency counter, nine modes, 16 MHz xtal||ATmega8||fcount_m8_v3||fcount_V03|
|eggtimer||Eggtimer as a gift||ATtiny2313V||eggtimer_asm||eggtimer|
|Stepper||Stepper motor controller and driver, voltage controlled position||ATtiny13||steppermotor||steppermotor|
|UV expos||UV-LED array as exposure device with timer and LCD||ATtiny2313||UV-Timer||UV-Timer|
|RectGen||Signal generator with frequency and pulse-width adjustment,
normal and inverted digital outputs,
frequency/time/rpm/pulse-width display on LCD,
Cntroller with ADC channels, Xtal source clock, etc.
|R/2R network||R/2R network for DAC conversion.
Generating sawtooth, triangle and sine wave and playing musical notes with the 10 keys on a STK500.
|AT90S8515||(see diverse links in the text)|
||SIO controlled digital clock.
Could be synchronized with the time normal DCF77, operated on 77.5 kHz in the VLF band in Germany.
Wiring see the Links.
|PcmDec||PCM-encoded remote control signals
in a length from 0.8 to 2.2 ms are decoded
using a AT90S2323 on a small test board
and convert it to a analogue voltage of 0 to 5 Volts.
generates exact signals of a desired duration and frequency,
times are controlled by input from an ANSI-compatible terminal program
via the SIO of the chip, e.g. on the STK200 board.