|Source Code Example Files|
|Invaders.rtf   96KB||16/May/2005||A space-invaders written in AVR assembler as an example of how much AVR assembler source can be written in one evening session. This was written for the AtMega128, using the Design-Design assembler format.|
|vibe1.rtf   32KB||17/Apr/2007||The souce for an AVR based sex aid. I was bored ;) This was written for the AtTiny15, using the Design-Design assembler format.|
An archive containing test code for checking the LPM instruction on AVR's.
This has assembler source and object code for the AtMega8 and AtMega128, suitable for AVR studio 4.
|si_emu.zip   204KB||16/May/2005||Windows executable AVR emulator and space-invaders binary file. To demonstrate the Invaders.rtf running.|
|avrfix.exe   168KB||25/Oct/2004||Windows console executable utility for updating the oscillator fuses on an AVR|
Windows console executable utility for generating HTML download pages.
Used to generate this very one...
|rand.exe   21KB||25/Oct/2004||Windows console executable utility for generating random numbers in assembler source format|
|Freeware Unsupported Utilities|
Windows (W98..XP) executable (v1.20)
v1.20 adds an option for calculating simple resistor values.
This is a resistor calculator, designed to help determine the optimal resistors for a given potential divider. No instructions or help is provided, but you should be able to figure it out...
Have fun and drop me a line if you like it or have useful suggestions.
|Third party tools and utilities:|
(necessary to read the PDF files on this site)
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