Category Archives: AVR

Simulavr from Source

I discovered today that the Ubuntu repository version (through Mint) of Simulavr is quite out of date. Here are the devices supported by the package: at90s1200 at90s2313 at90s4414 at90s8515 atmega8 atmega16 atmega103 atmega128 at43usb351 at43usb353 at43usb355 at43usb320 at43usb325 at43usb326 And … Continue reading

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All-Purpose CAN Shield

After working on the CAN bus reader on Arduino, I thought it would be interesting to work it up into a full Arduino shield for use in any CAN network. In particular, it could be a nice alternative to XBee … Continue reading

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AVR Development on Ubuntu

It is pretty easy to get started with AVR development under Linux.  Here are the steps I use to set up a C development environment under Ubuntu.  Install these packages: sudo apt-get install avr-libc gcc-avr binutils-avr avrdude To build, you … Continue reading

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