My Arduino blog contains two new blog entries:
Using 16x2 LCD display for text output purposes is sometimes more convenient than serial communication via UART/USB.
But if you do the wiring on the breadboard you get quite a mess:
So, I wanted to create a shield for Arduino to make the LCD usage easier.
AVR-Ada includes library …
Recently, I wanted to access I2C EEPROM with Arduino. However, AVR-Ada (1.1.0) provides no support for I2C interface which many AVR processors and Arduinos have. So, I had to write a package ("Two_Wire") for it.
Example code is available at arduino-eeprom repository and below is the used circuit …
I recently got write access to the AVR-Ada repository and now I have pushed my changes there.
These changes improve support for Atmega2560, Attiny13a, and Attiny2313 processors. Attiny13a and Attiny2313 are pretty uninteresting, although common, AVR processors. I happen to use them in my projects because they are cheap and …
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