Posts Tagged ‘Atmega32’

Digital audio amplifier with PLL synthesized FM radio

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Another open source hardware project by Dilshan Jayakody the digital audio amplifier with PLL synthesized FM radio: This is high quality stereo digital audio amplifier with PLL synthesized FM radio receiver. Some of the high level specifications of this receiver are listed in below: Audio output power: 4W + 4W (with 8ohm speakers)...

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Posted in AVR, digital radio data, open source | 2 Comments »

Microprocessor controlled 16 line connectivity tester

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

An ATmega32 based Proteus simulation of 16 line connectivity tester by Dilshan Jayakody: The main functionality of this system is to detect open and short circuits in cables and connectors. This system can test maximum of 16 lines in each test cycle and it indicate the defective line(s) through LCD. This...

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ExpEYES: new open source learning initiative

Monday, March 28th, 2011

ExpEYES is an open source hardware/software learning initiative from the PHOENIX project of Inter-University Accelerator Centre, New Delhi, India. It is a framework for developing science experiments, demonstrations and projects and learning science and engineering by exploration. The expEYES hardware is based on an Atmega32 clocked at 8 MHz which...

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Posted in AVR, dev boards, documentation | 9 Comments »

Penguin Atmega32 game system

Saturday, February 12th, 2011

vladutz2000 has published plans for an overclocked Atmega32 based 8-bit game system. Dubbed the Penguin, this project runs the chip at 27 MHz instead of the usual 16 MHz and uses a 128x64 monochrome KS0108 based display along with a speaker and handful of resistors and pushbuttons. The schematic couldn't...

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Posted in AVR, code | 1 Comment »

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