We know how robotic engineers love Atmega from the AVR’s collection of microcontrollers. Here we bring 5 helpful resources from across the world of internet to help you work on the brain of robots better. Happy reading!
This one is an interesting tutorial on introduction to AVR Microcontrollers (Atmega8, Atmega16, Atmega32) by explaining how to set and clear a Port.
This helpful guide by Benjamin Reh on programming an Atmega microcontroller carries an interesting format, while its first part is in form of a tutorial for the beginners, the second part is an ebook. The guide assumes that the reader have some basic knowledge of C.
These pages are written for people who are trying to program in assembler language for the first time and like to start with programming ATMEL-AVRs AT90S, ATtiny, ATmega. Some basic programming techniques are shown that are necessary. Tables are included for easier programming.
Practical AVR Microcontrollers helps you in learning how to use the AVR microcontroller for making your own niche projects and gadgets. It starts right from the basics of setting up a development environment and further helps in learning how the AVR differs from the Arduino. Later it helps the reader experience the creation of a few simple gizmos and learning how everything can be interconnected.