maxEmbedded Index

maxEmbedded Index

This page contains all the posts on maxEmbedded arranged topic wise and neatly.

Computer Vision

Introduction to Computer Vision
Basic Concepts of Computer Vision
Colors and Color Spaces

More tutorials yet to come.

Single Board Computers/eLinux

Introduction to Single Board Computing
The Embedded Linux Quick Start Guide

More tutorials yet to come.

Robotics

An Introduction to Robotics and Automation
Basic Parts of a Robot
Robot Locomotion Principles
Making an RF Car
Robotic Arm
How to build an IR Sensor

More tutorials yet to come.

Electronics

RF Module Interfacing without Microcontrollers
Making an RF Car
How to build your own Power Supply
Seven Segment Multiplexing
How to build an IR Sensor

Microcontrollers

What is a microcontroller? And how does it differ from a microprocessor?
Basics of Microcontrollers
What do we need to get started?
Code Optimization

MSP430 Microcontrollers – Basics

MSP at a Glance

More tutorials yet to come.

AVR Microcontrollers – Basics

AVR Basics
I/O Port Operations in AVR
Using AVR Studio 5
Using Atmel Studio 6
Using the AVR Studio 5 Simulator and Debugger
DC Motor Control using AVR
LCD Interfacing with AVR
Seven Segment Multiplexing

AVR Microcontrollers – ADC

Sensor Fundamentals
The ADC of the AVR
Using an Analog Accelerometer

AVR Microcontrollers – Timers

Introduction to AVR Timers
AVR Timers – TIMER0
AVR Timers – TIMER1
AVR Timers – TIMER2
AVR Timers – CTC Mode
AVR Timers – PWM Mode – Part I
AVR Timers – PWM Mode – Part II

AVR Microcontrollers – Serial/USART/SPI/I2C

Serial Communication – Introduction
Serial Communication – RS232 Basics
The USART of the AVR
Serial Peripheral Interface – SPI Basics
The SPI of the AVR
Inter-Integrated Circuits – I2C Basics

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59 responses to “maxEmbedded Index

  1. i always enjoy reading your tutorials, helps me a lot with learning the basics and more. i would really appreciate it if you could make a sleep mode tutorial though, i keep struggling with it

    thanks

  2. my atmega16A is not working on my development board, but its working on other development board, but my friend’s atmega16A is working on my microcontroller, what may be the reason?

    • No idea! May be you should try it once again, properly! AVR microcontrollers aren’t like any Chinese pieces which sometimes work, and sometimes don’t!

  3. Nice work dude, very well done and a good work with all these graphics which you have added, and I must say you have done a great study on Lab View and Atmel.. I have also a blogsite but it isnt so good as yours, your approach is great it will help microcontroller project aspiring students a lot.. Well done

  4. hii!
    You have great tutorials.I wanted to know how to store value in eeprom of a controller,and how to call it back in a program.I am using Atmega 32,and coding in embedded C.If possible can you provide a sample code for that?
    Sorry, but I need it urgently because I have to submit my project before 25th.So please help.
    you can send me the sample code on my email – abhishek.kr207@gmail.com

    • For PIC, you need to search for some other such website. I haven’t worked with PIC and so don’t have much idea about it. Try to Google it out, it should help you.

    • Hi Ramakant,
      Unfortunately we do not write code for anyone here. We are here to teach the concepts and make the readers capable enough to write their own code! However I found one such code on roboVITics. It uses only two sensors. You can modify it if you wish.

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