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AVR bootloaders

Generally, a bootloader is a small program which runs at boot time and is capable of loading a complete application program into a processor's memory so that it can be executed.

Web-based AVR interface

A webpage interface for the Atmel AVR microcontroller.

USB AVR programmer, no FTDI used

AVR ISP programmer based on pure SW USB driver.

AVR-based Ethernet device

How to build an ethernbet device based on Atmel AVR and ENC28J60 ethernet controller.

The NanoVM - Java for the AVR

The NanoVM is a java virtual machine for the Atmel AVR ATmega8 CPU. With the NanoVM, the AVR can be programmed in the popular Java language using the standard Sun JDK.

AVR-MIDI - an USB MIDI-class compliant device

This is an inexpensive DIY MIDI controller device for USB. It consists of a simple AVR ATMega16 with driver software from Objective Development (see).

AVR-MT development board for 20pin AVR

Development board for 20pin AVR microcontrollers with STKxxx-compatible ICSP (10 pins) PLUS simple handy password generator.

USB AVR programmer

In-system programmer for a lot of AVR microcontrollers

Small AVR-based TV terminal

Terminal with ATmega8, RS232 interface and TV out by Vasilis Serasidis.

AVR Ethernet webcam

You can connect an old cellular phone add-on camera to the Internet using an ATmega32 microcontroller and an ENC28J60 Ethernet controller. The compact system’s hardware can fit in a matchbox.

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