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VGA tester using Attiny2313

Posted on Friday, December 31st, 2010 in AVR, testing by the machinegeek

Tehnik Service presents a simple Attiny2313 project to test VGA monitors. Just the chip and a handful of discrete components are needed and the source code is provided in both assembly and a hex file, ready for download.

Via PyroElectro.

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