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An 8-bit, low power AVR microcontroller from Atmel.

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Attiny13 + Arduino

I started my first try in programming an ATTINY13 with my Arduino 2560. Everything seemed fine, however when I wanted to run the blink example, my LED did not blink, it keeps lighting. I am using 5V ...
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'OUTPUT' was not declared in this scope - ATtiny85 with Arduino Uno r3 as ISP

I'm trying to follow this this tutorial to program an ATtiny85 micro-controller using my Arduino Uno r3 as the ISP. I am up to the final step on the tutorial, but get an error when attempting to ...
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Reliably duplicate custom IR remote control with ATTiny85

This is something I'm struggling with for a while and fail to find solid solution. The Arduino IR library provides method for recording arbitrary IR code and re-sending it. This gave me different ...
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Is it possible to program an Attiny85 with a USB-to-TTL converter?

I currently use my Arduino to program Attiny85. As I have one of these USB-to-TTL adapters I am wondering if it is possible to program Attiny85 with it, to free up my Arduino. I know it is possible to ...
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Is programming the ATTiny85 possible in 1.5?

I upgraded to Arduino 1.5.7 in hopes of using the command line interface for a larger project. However, the old package I was using to program the ATTiny85 chip with the Sparkfun Tiny AVR Programmer ...
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How to add the -F switch for avrdude in Arduino IDE

So, before starting to learn with something else, I'll give it one last try. The avrdude is complaining that the device signature doesn't match. Whatever, I don't care. To me, what's written on it is ...
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What pins should I use when blinking AtTiny13 with arduino IDE?

I'm trying to program AtTiny13 using Arduino IDE. I have connected the atTiny to my PC using USBasp programer. I want to write a simple blink application to test whether it works or not. Which pins ...
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How can I send serial over RF?

I've got the following: #include <SoftwareSerial.h> const int rx = -1; const int tx = 4; SoftwareSerial mySerial(rx, tx); void setup() { mySerial.begin(2400); pinMode(tx, OUTPUT); } ...
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I cannot find the I2C device by scanning

I've been trying to get a LCD I bought from deal extreme to work for some time with my ATTiny85 chip. It should be capable. I've tried googling the device but there is no proper documentation, so I ...
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Operating / pin voltages ATTiny chips

I would like to set up a project with an ATtiny chip, such as the ATtiny84 or ATtiny85, in which I interface the microcontroller directly with an XBee for both wireless serial communication, as well ...
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I²C with ATTiny85 at 8MHz using TinyWireM library

Hello fellow Arduino enthusiasts, I am trying to make the ATTiny85 talk I²C with a MMA7660 breakout board I have (it's an accelerometer, this is a follow up question to my previous one). I would ...
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MMA7660 accelerometer with ATTiny85

I'm trying to make the ATTiny85 work with the MMA7660 accelerometer, so far, without any success. Google search for "ATTiny85 MMA7660" gives poor results, and I'm not sure it has been done at all, at ...
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Manchester Library Won't Compile for Attiny85

I am creating a wireless sensor using an Attiny85. I want to send the data to an arduino uno, so I purchased the 315mhz rf link kit from spark fun. Since the Attiny85 does not have a TX I decided to ...
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Changing pins used in ArduinoISP example

I have built my own ATTiny programmer, but made a bit of a mistake along the way - I didn't align the headers properly, and now instead of them plugging into pins 10, 11, 12 and 13 as per the ...
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RF remote control using VirtualWire on ATtiny85 running at 8MHz on internal oscillator

I'm trying to make an RF remote control using ATtiny85 running at 8MHz on internal oscillator, this cheap RF 434MHz transmitter module (like the one below), and VirtualWire lib, but had no success so ...

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