The second episode of AVR television is out! That’s right, an entire “TV” series devoted to a microcontroller, it doesn’t get more exciting than this – well, for us…
In this second issue of AVR TV, we present the new AVR32 microcontroller: the UC3. We take a brief look at the features of this new product, some performance numbers, the toolchain and its right place in the AVR portfolio. And our special guest describes the new evaluation kit, the EVK1100, in affectionate terms.
AVR Television Â» – Link.
- AVR controlled clock – Link.
- Lemon-Powered AVR Tiny – Link.
- AVR LED Clock – Link.
- AVR ISP programmer in a mint tin… – Link.
- ELM – AVR based radio spectrum monitor – Link.
- Getting started with 8 bit AVR microcontrollers – Link.
- Getting started with AVR microprocessors on the cheap – Link.
- AVR TV Video Podcast from Atmel – Link.
- More AVR! – Link.
From the Maker store:
The MiniPOV is an AVR based project, a third generation of original MiniPOV, upgraded to make it easier for people to build: no microcontroller-programming device is needed (but encouraged!) and the source code is in C not assembly. It includes high quality PCBs and LEDs. The kits is designed as an ideal starting place for anyone who wants to: learn how to solder; learn how to assemble simple kits; learn how to program microcontrollers; and make blinky stuff – Link & get it at the Maker store.
2 thoughts on “AVR Television (second episode)”
this is a very cool idea… i have been thinking about learning the atmel line soon.. i think i am gonna do it sooner..
the theme music is the WORST…
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