Support for AVR products
Extract from the optiCompo CD-ROM
This information is also available at the latest version of the
optiCompo / egnite CD-ROM which is included with every letATwork, Ethernut and ISP adapter.
Most of the content is available for download.
- i-easy pro Datasheet (updated 08/2002, 5 pages)
includes pin description, circuit diagram, ...
- i-easy Demo C Sources - unzip and you will find a readme included.
- i-easy Software Getting Started (20 pages)
This manual should help you to get the first steps of working with the i-easy.
The first time steps are: Installing the AVR-GCC Compiler; installing and configuring AVR Studio;
customising and building the ieasy demo project and flashing the module.
After that we will have a closer look at the principles of TCP/IP and give a first impression of
the i-easy lib.
- i-easy lib Reference Manual 0.3 (66 pages)
This is the full Reference Manual for the i-easy lib.
GNU Compiler Collection
AVR-GCC Linux Archives
AVR-GDB Linux Archives
GCC Inline Assembler Cookbook
- included free Software
- ISP Adapter Hardware
- Windows Java Runtime (install first)
- jEdit Java IDE
- AVRfreaks.net is a very good information
resource for AVR microcontrollers. An easy to install GNU C Compiler for Windows is available for download.
- combio.de offers almost up-to-date binaries of
the AVR GNU development tools for Linux and Windows. By Gunnar Henne.
FastAVR AVR Basic Compiler for Windows
- Imagecraft - AVR C Compiler
- BASCOM - AVR Basic Compiler
- E-Lab - AVR Pascal Compiler
- CodeVisionAVR IDE, C Compiler and ISP Programmer
AVR related Links
Open Source TCP/IP Stacks
- uC/IP (pronounced mew-kip)
is a project to develop free TCP/IP/PPP stack for uC/OS. The code is based on BSD code and carries the BSD licence.
By Guy Lancaster.
- eAVR is a group project for
the development of GPL'd ethernet communication libraries for Atmel AVR microcontrollers.
By Jason Kyle.
- Liquorice aims to provide a reliable,
high performance, environment for embedded application development. It's a complete new design by Dave Hudson.
Unfortunately this interesting project has come to a halt, but the latest release, dated 10/18/2000,
is still available for download.
By the way: Liquorice provided the base of Nut/OS.
letATwork related Links
EtherNut related Links