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From: Chris Eilbeck
Subject: Re: which microcontroller should I choose.
Date: 24 Nov 2002 23:05:07 +0000
Organization: Association of Radio Systems Engineers
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"David Jones" writes:
> I've been researching microcontrollers but there are just tons and
> tons. I have no idea which to choose. I can program in assembly. I
> need it to input serial info from my computer, output about 32 or
> slightly more bits in parallel and input some video from a homemade
> robot and send that back to the computer. any suggestions?
I spent ages looking for an ideal micro to learn on and after looking
at 8051s and derivatives, and PICs I came across the Atmel AVRs which
are really nice to use, especially once you've got a C compiler for
them. Have a look at http://www.dontronics.com/ They sell pretty much
all you need to get started.
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