We would recommend to you, to start with the Introductional part of AVR microcontroller, our theoretical basis material, dealing with the functionality of e.g. registers, interrupts and clock issues.
If you are firm with the theoretical part, you can go ahead starting with the practical use of the AVR and the Installation part, heading to the practical examples. Depending on your level of knowledge and getting the idea how to document your project, the example project part would be interesting for you.
The Network of Excellence is meant as collaboration site. We hope, you can and will benefit from its use and our practical examples on the one hand and on the other hand that you will contribute to the content, if you notice, something is missing or seems faulty. You can always register yourself on the page to take a part of discussions and get the extended access. In case of owner of Robotic HomeLab hardware and being teacher in any school you should request the supervisor privileges. This will open you the supervisor section with the specific content.
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Please note that main language is English, followed by Estonian and German. Other translations might be partly missing or sometimes outdated.
Do not hesitate to contact us in case of any questions, suggestions and all other comments.
Raivo Sell firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Mechatronics
Tallinn University of Technology
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Sven Seiler email@example.com
Institute of Computer Science
Bochum University of Applied Sciences
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