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tinyAVR Microcontrollers

Key Features

  • Small — Atmel tinyAVR devices are designed specifically for applications where size and cost are critical. The smallest tinyAVR MCU measures only 1.5mm x 1.4mm.
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More ATtiny experiments…

Since I managed to breathe life into my ATtiny-based speaker delay project I’ve been working on more ATtiny-based boards. There are many potential applications I can see (if I look hard enough…) for a small SW-based controller and that is what I’ve tried to build. 266 more words


Minimal Computer and Operating System: One Button, One LED

DUO BINARY is a very, very small computer system in every possible sense. It runs on an ATtiny84, which has even got “tiny” in its name. 176 more words


A Real Turn Off

had a small problem. He’d turn off the TV, but would leave the sound system turned on. Admittedly, not a big problem, but an annoyance, none the less. 230 more words


Raspberry Pi Plays All That Jazz

wanted a good looking old radio with a modern sound. Granted, you could hollow the case out and replace it with an iPod. Or you could convert the thing to an Internet radio. 134 more words

Raspberry Pi

Project files: ATtiny-based power delay

As the PCBs for my next ATtiny-based designs have landed over the weekend and I am back from my holidays, now seems to be an appropriate time to post this :) 761 more words


How I²C EEPROM Talks to the Bus

You will probably be familiar with I²C, a serial bus typically used for not-very-fast communication with microcontroller peripherals. It’s likely though that unless you are an I²C wizard you won’t be intimately familiar with the intricacies of its operation, and each new device will bring a lengthy spell of studying data sheets and head-scratching. 271 more words