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AVR Software Defined Radio (1)

Part 1: Generating precision signals using an ATtiny micro

Based on a Labs project | April 2012 | Find it here
AVR Software Defined Radio (1)
Atmel AVR microcontrollers are very popular, not least because of the free development tools that are available. In this series we shall show how these processors can be pressed into service for digital signal processing tasks. We shall cover the subject from the ground up, making the series suitable for beginners, and in true Elektor style the focus will be on practical experiments. Learn moreMissed the Elektor Academy/element 14 AVR Software Defined Radio webinar? Click here for the recorded session!
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