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April 14, 2012 at 3:31 am #4772
I am searching for avr burning kit. Till now i am looking for stk 500. But stk 500 is not available in the market, all i am getting is AVR Development Board. now i am not sure that wheather that board is used only for simulation or the microcntroller can also be burnt/programmed with it and used in a robotics project.. Can anyone tell me whether i could program and store that program entirely in the chip also or simply simulate my program using AVR Development Board ??April 18, 2012 at 12:57 pm #7478AJISH ALFREDParticipant
You can flash your code into the controller. You can then take the controller out, and with the help of required circuits like power supply, clock etc. you can use the same controller with the code in other robotics projects. I think it is same with any development boards. Check the following link to get more details
http://www.procyonengineering.com/embedded/avr/boards/avrminiv4/quickstart.htmlApril 18, 2012 at 1:04 pm #7479AJISH ALFREDParticipant
you can flash your code into the controller and use it any time. with the help of the required circuits like power supply, clock etc, you can use the same controller with your code in your robotics projects also. It is same with the case of any other development board.
google for avrmini quick start guide and yiu will get more detailsApril 19, 2012 at 3:57 pm #7504
Thank you for your reply, i will look into itMay 2, 2012 at 7:45 pm #7578D.V.G. KrishnaParticipant
im also using vegakits
i think for avr dev brd you need a special programmer
if your system is having serial port (9 pin)
you better go for “ponyprog”
with this software you can program your microcontroller
you just need a isp cable
even you can make it with few resistors
check over internet
if serial port is not avilable then better to go for usb progrmmers the are avilable every wareMay 3, 2012 at 1:42 am #7580
Is this only valid for ‘ponyprog’ or it can also be used for ‘avrstudio’ ? actually i prefer using avr studioMay 4, 2012 at 2:39 am #7585D.V.G. KrishnaParticipant
avr studio is for compiling program
ponyprog is for downloading the hex file in to microcontroller
we can also use avr studio for programming
but ponyprog programming cable is of less costJune 21, 2013 at 11:34 am #10005
i have a AVR devlopment board ver.3 but its work only as a testing of component but never work for burning prog. i m using code vision s/w for progr. and khazama for burning give me detail help step by step
actually i m fresher in this field so plz help me how to use it,,,,,,,
actually i want to make cell phone operated robot using microcontroller… so for that i need programing and thier detail………so plz any one help me……………June 22, 2013 at 9:29 am #10008June 22, 2013 at 3:07 pm #10009
The pic that you have given cannot be viewed entirely. So i want to know if your development board has slot for placing microcontroller or not. If it does then whenever you are testing your program the program will get burnt into it and you dont need to burn it separately. personally i prefer ISP programmer and AVR dude for burning the controller and for programing i use AVR studio. You can use any of the two programming platform i.e AVR Studio or Code vision . And its quite easy using ISP and AVR dude as only thing you need to is transfer the hex code.
If you want I can provide you the steps for that …June 23, 2013 at 6:08 pm #10013
no… its used for both purpose but i dont know ,how to operate as a programer………..
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