This is 8051 code to create inbuilt “delay” function. In Keil, there is no inbuilt function for delay. So we have to use the “for” loop to create delay, every time. So study this program so that you will understand how to create UDF only once in your program, and just write delay(1000); or something Read More
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This is the program of “simple obstacle avoider robot using ultrasonic sensor“. This program is designed for ATMega16 microcontroller.
This is the robotics basic guide for all beginner level students. To start your basic study in robotics, first of all you need to download and install following first two software i.e. Win AVR, AVR Studio4 in your computer.
The purpose of writing this post “How to run AVR Studio 4 in Windows 8.1 or higher operating system?“, is because our students were always facing this problem of running AVR Studio 4 in Windows 8.1 or higher versions of Windows. Now the problem is solved. Follow the procedure as given below:
If you have enough practice of working with ATMega16, then you can use these Pololu codes for your own robotic kit. Some hardware modifications are necessary in your ATMega8/16/32 robotic kit, but these codes given here are fully tested with these hardware.
Robotics education in Akola is now possible! We provide the best education in basic and advanced robotics at Vidyasagar Academy, Akola. It has already gone viral and many students have taken advantage of our short term robotic courses (3-6 days maximum).
The Robotics Study Club run under Vidyasagar Academy, recently conducted Robotics Competition at Jubilee English CBSE School, Kumbhari. The students from 8-9th standard who already learnt our fundamental course in robotics, participated in this competition.
This is the code of simple maze solver using ATMega16 microcontroller. Before using the code don’t forget to check the connection details given in the comment fields of the code.
You can use 16×2 LCD display in your microcontroller kit by using these connections. Once the hardware connections are done properly, as shown below, don’t forget to include the “lcd.h” and “lcd.c” files in your source code, as follows: