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Atmel AVR microcontrollers connection to any displays.

Connection displays to Atmel AVR microcontroller. LCD display, 7-segment display. Various connection interface, I2C
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Price: $11.99
Video: 1h 12m
Language: English
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Description

This course is about information display facility and connection it to microcontrollers. This course is designed for beginners electronic engineers and electronics hobbyists.
Any electronic device can be simple and complex, but they all need a means of displaying information.
Electronic devices use various information display facilities. These are the simplest LED indicators – with one color or multi colors, 7 segment displays with 1 digit or multi digits, matrix display, all kinds of liquid crystal displays (LCD) – it are character LCD displays and graphic LCD displays, TFT displays and so on.
By the studying the displays, you will get the knowledge about ASCII code. And by the end of this course you will be able to display valuables, numbers and letters.
Various interfaces for connection displays, including SPI and I2C. Libraries  for connection.
We will be exploring various display wiring diagrams. We can connect display to the microcontroller directly, or using the driver. Using the driver will save the microprocessor pins.
In this course you will learn how to write C programs to control indicators and displays.
The display control codes will be arranged in libraries, so it will be convenient to use them.
During the course, all projects will be completed on a breadboard and checked in. We will use ATMEL AVR microcontrollers and AVR STUDIO. I think you are familiar with the basics of electronics and C language programming.

You will learn

✓ Connection any displays (LED, LCD, matric, etc) to microcontroller AVR.
✓ Display the letters, numbers, chars and any information.

Requirements

• Basics of electronics and C language programming

This course is for

• Beginners electronic engineers
• Electronics hobbyists

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Who is the instructor? Is Oleksandr Aleshchenko a SCAM or a TRUSTED instructor?

Oleksandr Aleshchenko has created 6 courses that got 32 reviews which are generally positive. Oleksandr Aleshchenko has taught 9,076 students and received a 4.4 average review out of 32 reviews. Depending on the information available, Oleksandr Aleshchenko is a TRUSTED instructor.
Electronic engineer
I was born in 1960. In 1982 I graduated from the University of Radio Electronics in Kharkov, Ukraine. Electronics is my hobby and profession. In 1995 I started to study microcontrollers. At the same time, I began to develop various electronic devices for medicine, mainly for dentistry. First of all, these are physiodispensers for implantology, dental lasers and endomotors. The equipment works in many countries of the world. Physiodispensers and endomotors are currently manufactured in India.

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