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simavr - simavr is a lean, mean and hackable AVR simulator for linux & OSX
simavr is a new AVR simulator for linux, or any platform that uses avr-gcc. It uses avr-gcc's own register definition to simplify creating new targets for supported AVR devices. The core was made to be small and compact, and hackable so allow quick prototyping of an AVR project. The AVR core is now stable for use with parts with <= 128KB flash, and with preliminary support for the bigger parts. The simulator loads ELF files directly, and there is even a way to specify simulation parameters directly in the emulated code using an .elf section. You can also load multipart HEX files. Otherwise, make is enough to just start using bin/simavr. To install the simavr command system-wide, make install RELEASE=1.
This program is a simulator/debugger for Atmel AVR flash microcontrollers, built with Motif (incompatible with Less Tiff). It has language independent interface. This version can almost fully simulates AT90S and ATmega series.
The AVR-Ada project provides the gcc based Ada compiler GNAT for the AVR 8-bit microcontrollers. This includes: - the Ada compiler - the Ada run time system and the AVR support library - documentation and some sample programs
A cross-platform simulator for embedded systems, with a plug-in architecture for adding microcontrollers and other devices. Written in C for maximum compatibilty and speed. Currently has support for AVR AT90S8515 and ATmega128.
AVR-Eclipse is a plugin for the Eclipse IDE which adds toolchain support, through CDT, for the gcc compiler for the Atmel AVR series of microcontrollers, and adds a toolbar button to allow quick upload of produced code to a target device.
A set of C language API's and firmware applications that manage access to the Digitrax LocoNet and the core hardware resources of the Atmel AVR family of devices, to allow custom embedded LocoNet devices to be developed using GCC
Softgun is an embedded system simulator. It is Intended to help developers of embedded systems without real Hardware. It can simulate ARM9, Atmel AVR, and Renesas R8C/M16C/M32C/RX CPU's. It runs on Linux hosts. With some restrictions it runs on Cygwin and FreeBSD.
AVRRA is an open source API that provides a framework for using Atmel AVR microcontrollers in small, embedded robots. It is implemented as a series of device drivers. AVRRA includes drivers for many popular low-cost sensors including Sharp IR sensors (GP
Here you'll find all the code (and more!) for the Maker Media book Make: AVR Programming. Most of the projects share a common set of pin defines and a common simple USART serial library in the AVR-Programming-Library directory. The makefiles I've included depend on the directory structure here by default, so don't go moving the folders around unless you also change the path to included files in the makefile.
Driver for graphical LCD display unit (128x64) controlled with two KS0107 driver circuits written in c (uses avr-libc). Target platform is Atmel AVR. Low level drivers as well as additional graphical functions are provided.
OSX-AVR is a project to bring together the open source tool chain for the AVR micro-controller family into one easy to install package (for apple computers). This is an OS X version of the windows orientated WinAVR project (winavr.sf.net). PPC amp; Intel
This application will be the software part for quot;Universal Atmel Flash 8051 / AVR Programmerquot; that can be found at : http://home.tiscali.de/peterd/tools/proflash/index.htm (on my opinion this is the best free MCS51/AVR programmer).
This is a fork of Richard Barry's freeRTOS, optimised for the Arduino AVR devices. It has been created to provide access to FreeRTOS capabilities, with full compatibility to the Arduino environment. It does this by keeping hands off almost everything, and only touching the minimum of hardware to be successful.
Open Source SW/HW Project for Embedded Ethernet Applications. Works with AVR ATmega256/128/103, SAM7X, SAM7S(E), SAM9, AT91X40, GameBoy Advance, RTL8019AS, LAN91C111, CS8900 and DM9000E chips. Offers a tiny TCP/IP stack including HTTP, FTP and DHCP.