xBoard™ :: ATmega32 Development Board.

Here are some Videos that demonstrate the xBoard – a easy to use but powerful development system for Atmel AVR ATmega32 microcontrollers. For complete information about the xBoard™ see http://xBoard.eXtremeElectronics.co.in

Video #1

xBoard™ :: AVR Dev-Board – Introduction

This video tutorial gives you a quick introduction of the xBoard; easy-to-use and powerful Atmel AVR AtMega32 Microcontroller Development Board.

Video #2

xBoard™ :: AVR Dev-Board – Hello World

In this tutorial we will introduce you to the basic steps needed set-up and develop programs for the xBoard. We’ll write a LED blinking project which is a Hello World project for microcontroller arena. xBoard – a easy-to-use and powerful Atmel AVR AtMega32 Microcontroller Development Board.

Video #3

xBoard™ :: AVR Dev-Board – LCD Interfacing

This video tutorial teaches you how you can interface a standard 16×2 LCD Module with the xBoard – easy-to-use and powerful Atmel AVR AtMega32 Microcontroller Development Board.

Video #4

xBoard™ :: AVR Dev-Board – IR-Remote

This video tutorial shows you how to interface a DVD Player Infrared Remote Control with the xBoard, a easy-to-use and powerful Atmel AVR AtMega32 Microcontroller Development Board.

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6 thoughts on “xBoard™ :: ATmega32 Development Board.

  • By Tarun - Reply

    Hi,
    I want to design a home security system for my senior project using AT mega32 MCU. I have certain specifications for the design. I am wondering if you can help me in that. My major concern is the program to send SMS from MCU to the cell phone via DB connector.
    Do reply if you can help me.

    Thanks,
    Tarun
    tarungupta2847@gmail.com

  • By Avinash - Reply

    Hello Tarun,

    I can help you with that. First get some cheap Nokia Phone that has serial connectivity with PC. Then connect it with PC and use Hyper terminal to send AT commands to the device. Get the full Nokia AT command reference and find command for SMS functionality. Try those command with Hyper Terminal. Then when you know their proper use send those commands with AVR MCUs instead of PC (Hyper Terminal)

    For Hyper Terminal and Serial communication see

    http://extremeelectronics.co.in/avr-tutorials/rs232-communication-the-level-conversion/

    Feel free to contact me for further help!

    Please use my new forum for further discussion

    http://forum.eXtremeElectronics.co.in

  • By chaitra - Reply

    hello avinash,
    ive jst stepped my foot in the world of ucs.could u plzz make a detailed tutorial on adc particularly for the ATMEGA32.
    regards,
    chaitra

  • By Avinash - Reply

    @Chaitra

    Hello 🙂

    A tutorial on ADC is already here !!!

    http://extremeelectronics.co.in/avr-tutorials/using-the-analog-to-digital-converter/

  • By How to unlock a phone - Reply

    Interesting article, i have bookmarked your blog for future referrence 🙂

  • By Del Chann - Reply

    Hello is it possible to use this board to interface with a smoke sensor, motion sensor, keypad, as well as temperature sensor. I’m build a small home security system for my project and i would like to know if this is possible.

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