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More stuffs for AVRs

Some interesting things about the AVRs I've found in the last few days. Enjoy!

The Cmd-C&&Cmd-V blog external (cool name, guys) has published an article named Control Arduino remotely with HTML forms external. I've solved something simillar in the past (with an 8052 and CS8900 net chip), so I noticed how the others does these. Don't forget to look around external.

Something for the mathematic freaks: Micromega provides WinAVR support for uM-FPU V3.1 external (details here).

Next link is for these who loves LCD displays: DIY AVR Graphical LCD test board external describes simple ATmega16/ATmega32 + MAX232 circuit with 128x64 LCD display based on KS0108 chip. Full Eagle schematics and source code included!

AVR-LiP ("Lab-In-Pocket") developed by DeccanRobots is ATmega32 based experiment + development board. It is a "Butterfly competitor" (see LiP-Butterfly comparison (PDF) external). You can find more information at Deccan Robots pages external, LiP-Flyer external or you can contact the vendor external.

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