ATmega32

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Chapter 0: Introduction to Computing

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Chapter 0: Introduction to Computing (Updated)

Chapter 0: Introduction to Computing (Original)

Lab 0: Numbering Systems

Chapter 1: The AVR Micro-controller: History and Features

Power Point: Computer History

Power Point: Introduction to AVR

Additional Resources:

AVR and AVR32 Quick Reference Guide  Microchip download link

Chapter 2: AVR Architecture and Assembly Language Programming

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Assembly Programming in Atmel Studio 7.0 step by step tutorial

Lab: Simulator

Lab: Flags

Chapter 3: Branch, Call, and Time Delay Loop

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Lab: Stack

Chapter 4: AVR I/O Port Programming

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Appendix C: IC Interfacing and System Design Issues

AVR Simulation in SimulIDE Step by Step Tutorial (Case Study)

Lab: Simulating I/Os

Lab: I/O Ports

Lab: Counter

Chapter 5: Arithmetic, Logic Instructions, and Programs

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Lab: Arithmetic

Chapter 6: AVR Advanced Assembly Language Programming

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Lab: Data transfer

Lab: Look-up and 7-segment

Lab: Arithmetic instructions & BCD

Lab: Logic instructions & Bit Manipulation

Lab: EEPROM

Chapter 7: AVR Programming in C

C programming in Atmel Studio 7 step by step tutorial

Section 7.1.2: Creating a time delay in Atmel Studio

Section 7.6.2: Using Flash data space to store data in Atmel Studio

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Lab: AVR C Programming

Chapter 8: AVR Hardware Connection, Hex File, and Flash Loaders

Sections 8-2, 8-3, and 8-4

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AVR Simulation in SimulIDE Step by Step Tutorial

Extra Resources (Case Study):

AVR Hardware Design Considerations

Chapter 9: AVR Timer Programming in Assembly and C

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Lab: Timers & Counters

Chapter 10: AVR Interrupt Programming in Assembly and C

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Lab: Interrupt

Chapter 11: AVR Serial Port Programming in Assembly and C

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Lab: Serial Port

Simulating the AVR UART in SimulIDE

Terminal bpp software

Chapter 12: LCD and Keyboard Interfacing

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Lab: Character LCDs

Lab: matrix Keyboards

Simulation: LCD Simulation in SimulIDE

Simulation: Keypad Simulation in SimulIDE

Chapter 13: ADC, DAC, and Sensor Interfacing

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Lab: ADC & LM35

Simulation: ADC simulation in SimulIDE

Chapter 14: Relay, Optoisolator, and Stepper Motor Interfacing with AVR

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Lab: Stepper motor

Chapter 15: Input Capture and Wave Generation in AVR

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Lab: Measuring duty cycle & Frequency using Capturing

Simulation: Using Oscope in SimulIDE to Monitor Waves

Chapter 16: PWM Programming and DC Motor Control in AVR

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Lab: PWM

Lab: DC Motors

Simulation: DC-motor and PWM Simulation in SimulIDE

Chapter 17: SPI Protocol and MAX7221 Display Interfacing

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Lab: SPI

Chapter 18: I2C Protocol and DS1307 RTC Interfacing

Section 18-5

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Lab: RTC

Appendix A: AVR Instructions Explained

Appendix A: AVR Instructions

Appendix B: Basics of Wire Wrapping

Appendix B: Wire Wrapping

Appendix C: IC Interfacing and System Design Issues

Appendix C

Appendix D: Flowcharts and Pseudocode

Appendix D: Flowcharts

Appendix E: AVR Primer for 8051 Programmers

Appendix E

Appendix F: ASCII Codes

Appendix F

Appendix G: ASCII Codes

Appendix G

Appendix H: Graphic LCDs

Appendix H: Graphic LCDs

Appendix I: Passing Arguments into Functions 

Appendix I: Passing Argument into Functions

Mixing Assembly and C (Atmel doc42055)