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SPI introduction

SPI introduction

Comparison between SPI and UART So, you want to send the data from your controller to another. There are many ways you can do that. There are methods like UART, I2C to do the task. In this article, we are giving you the introduction of SPI communication, it’s...

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Microprocessors v/s Microcontrollers

Microprocessors v/s Microcontrollers

Although basic and a vital difference persists between the two, microprocessors, and microcontrollers are easily confused. In this blog, I will be engaging to effectively solve your this confusion and help you out of this cumbersome situation. Before we begin to list...

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Polling vs Interrupt

Introduction There are two basic approaches to the task in the microcontroller programming- Polling Method and Interrupt. In this article, we will point out the difference between Interrupt and...

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Timer1 in Atmega16-AVR

Timer1 in Atmega16-AVR

In this article, we will learn about timer-1 in Atmega-16/32 of AVR family of microcontrollers. I hope that you guys have read my previous posts on Timer-introduction and Timer0 in Atmega-16....

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Timer0 in Atmega16-AVR

Timer0 in Atmega16-AVR

In the previous post of timer-introduction, we had learned the basic concepts of timers and timer register in Atmega16. If you are not familiar with the timer, do read my post (Introduction to...

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Timers in Atmega16-AVR

Timers in Atmega16-AVR

Timer Introduction: Everything on earth is synchronized by time, therefore we need a device that can accurately tell about time duration. The earlier generation of such devices(timer) includes Water...

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AVR vs Arduino

AVR vs Arduino

There are a significant number of people on earth that are confused between AVR and Arduino. This article is meant for them. If you are one of them, congratulations, you found a right place to clear...

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Interfacing 16×2 LCD with AVR(4-Bit)

Interfacing 16×2 LCD with AVR(4-Bit)

There are two methods to interface 16×2 LCD with Atmega 16- 4-bit method-uses 4 data lines 8-bit method- uses 8 data lines The basic difference between these two interfacing techniques is the...

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