AVR Microcontroller Virtual Tutorial:
The AVR is an 8-bit microcontroller designed and built-in 1996 based on the modified Harvard architecture and launched by Atmel in the global market. This microcontroller is one of the best-selling microcontrollers in the world and has been used in many scientific, research, and commercial projects.
AVR includes several series and the process of developing this family of microcontrollers continues. The most well-known AVR series are Attiny, Atmega, AtXmega series. AVR is currently available in a variety of series with different processing capacities, different memory capacities, and different processing speeds in the global market. But what is currently widely used in our country is the Atmega series from the AVR family, which has been welcomed due to its reasonable price and high processing power.
AVR Microcontroller Virtual Training Course Topics:
Prerequisites for AVR microcontroller training course: