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LCD-MCU interface tutorial

Posted on Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 in how-to, LCD, site by the machinegeek


Rickey’s World has an interesting collection of information on interfacing LCDs to MCUs. Beginners will find a lot of information here on the use of standard HD44780 LCD displays, including the basics as well as the generation of custom characters. If you’re already familiar with LCD interfacing this can serve as a handy reference.

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