AVR®: Finding Documentation and Turning On an LED

 In this video:

  • Find the device datasheet, the "Xplained Mini User's Guide", and the schematics.
  • Start a new GCC C Executable project in Atmel Studio 6.
  • Demonstrate how to efficiently use the datasheet to understand how to configure a pin and turn on an LED.
  • Set up and use the debugWIRE interface to program the ATmega328P.

Hands-On Training

Application Note - AN17644: Getting Started with AVR® Microcontroller

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