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Dontronics produced the very first commercial prototype boards available for the AVR family, and was involved in setting up the first list server chat group for AVR's.

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Go check out Dontronics Technical Bookshop for the latest books on:
Programming and Customizing the Pic Microcontroller by Myke Predko.
AVR Enhanced Risc Microcontrollers by Dr. Claus Kuhnel.
Learn 8031/51 Assembly Code the Easy Way


aVrite - the AVR Parallel Port programmer for the Atmel AT90S1200/8515 and other AVR micros. by Chris Morris.
BA1FB's Home Page  Printer Port to AVR programmer by Jerry Meng.
Airborn Electronics programmer
  (No longer operating, please read)
The ITU AVR-1 Programmer Utilities for Linux Home Page
Grantronics GP-AT programmer Atmel 89xxxx (8051 compatible) chips including the PLCC packages. Also AVRs and Serial EEPROMS.


BASCOM-8051 W9x/NT 8051-BASIC Compiler Commercial package available for download.
BASCOM-AVR BASIC Compiler Commercial package available for download.
CodeVisionAVR C Compiler
AVR 16 channel serial servo controller for robotic applications
Very Gnu Avr Programming - eXtreme
Wickenhaeuser 8051 ANSI C Compiler
Dick Cappels' project pages  Here is a byte-wide BASIC interpreter for some Atmel AVR processors (AT90S2313, AT90S8515, ATMega163) that some of your customers might prefer to use rather than BASIC Stamps.


Atmel Home Page
L.O.A.A - List of AVR Applications
Online Tutorial & Resource by Craig Steiner.

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LAWICEL Home Page. Soft & Hardware. Have an AVR query? Why not ask the forum?
Grantronics Australian Professional design based on the 80C51, 80C196 or the Atmel AVR families. With nearly 25 years of industrial electronics experience and nearly 20 years designing with microcontrollers.
AEC Electronics
McGinty Products Includes a page up of expieriences with the BA1FB programmer, AVRBASIC and the AT90S1200. ADC demos for the 8535 by Lars Wictorsson
Italian Technology.
Programming a Spider's Brain

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Dr. Claus Kuehnel - Consulting & Distribution Coming soon. BASCOM Programming Microcontrollers with Ease.
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The Robot Pages
From: Chris Williams G'day Don, I was browsing your site for resources to use on my DT006.  I thought you might like to link to and as up-to-date sites on using the open source GCC suite on the AVR chips.  The avr-libc site's Online Manual/Related Links page has a step by step on getting the GCC suite going on Linux et al. (no patches or other ugliness) and links to Windows binaries.
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Embedded Systems Embedded-System.Net focus on collecting, compiling and publishing the news, articles and references about embedded systems, including microcontrollers, hardware and software development tools, modules, devices and circuits. NEW Sept-10


DT104 SimmStick for Atmel 20 pin Micro
Directory of Simmstick PCB's available Suit Atmel and PICmicro. I/O and mini-motherboard.
XP-30: Unique Atmel AT89C2051/4051 project board, professional instrument case.


AVR AT90S8515 getting started code. Version 2.0 by David VanHorn
SimmStick Student Projects  Includes Interfacing an LCD to a computer parallel port and interfacing switches and leds to computer parallel port.

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From: Ulf Samuelsson <ulf at>
Atmel flash part numbers:
First digit is flash size in kBytes.

8515 = 8kB Flash
4414 = 4 k Flash

Second digit is EEPROM size.
2 = 64, 3 = 128, 4 = 256, 5 = 512

Third digit is a bit strange.
    0 -- not a lot
    1 -- likely to have a UART
    2 -- ?
    3 -- likely to have UART and ADC
    4 -- ?

Fourth digit is SRAM size.

2 = 64, 3 = 128, 4 = 256, 5 = 512

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