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AVR microcontrollers C language, electronic devices (2021)

AVR microcontrollers C language, electronic devices (2021)
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Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 115 lectures (9 hour, 32 mins) | Size: 4.44 GB

AVR microcontrollers: I/O, ADC, PWM, etc.. Programming microcontroller C language, practical work. Atmega, XMEGA series.
What you'll learn

Microcontrollers AVR: I/O pins, PWM, ADC, EEPROM, timers, etc.
Microcontroller structure and Programming Introduction
C Programming Basics, C language for AVR.
Business projects using AVR microcontroller
LEDs and Pushbuttons
LCD Screens and Seven Segment Displays
Motor and Keypad.
Analog to Digital Conversion
Timers and Counters
Wireless devices controlled by AVR

Course content
18 sections • 115 lectures • 9h 32m total length


Basic knowledge of electronics, basic C language


This course is for beginner and advanced electronics engineers who want to gain and increase experience in developing embedded systems on AVR microcontrollers. I think that AVR ATMEL microcontrollers are the most advanced 8-bit microcontrollers. All ARDUINO projects are built by using these microcontrollers. After completing the course, the student will receive the necessary knowledge about I/O ports, ADC, PWM, EEPROM, timers, interrupts. Much attention in this course will be paid to interfaces with external devices - sensors, wireless devices, real time clocks, external EEPROM, etc.. We will take a look the UART (USART) serial interface, SPI interface, TWI (two wire interface), the connection by 1-wire bus. The course will consider connections to the microcontroller of various devices - display devices (LED, 7-segment LED displays, LCD), matrix keyboards and so on. Students will get the experience of programming AVR microcontroller on C language. This course includes business projects also. Finished codes sources of this projects I will send students in private messages. The course shows complete programs and videos of working devices. Work projects will be included in this course also. This training course is constantly expanding. Feedback with students. Individual lessons and project support.

I kindly ask you to carefully read the curriculum and description of the course and do not make purchases with the aim of further refund. The course contains enough material in the public domain for you to appreciate the presentation style. Sorry, my english isn't nice))

Who this course is for:

Beginner embedded systems developers
Anyone with a curiosity for making electronics
People with no experience in electronics
Children over 12 years old
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