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The AVR simulator can be downloaded from the Atmel Web site. The AVR simulator executes object code files generated for the AVR controllers. It also supports simulation of various I/O functions. The simulator can be controlled through a command line as well as through menus. The AVR simulator runs under Windows 3.11, Windows 95/98 or Windows NT. The AVR simulator is very easy to use. Figure 8.2 illustrates the simulator window.
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FIGURE 8.2 The AVR Simulator.
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The AVR Studio is a development tool for AVR controllers. It allows control of execution of programs in the AT90S In-Circuit Emulator or on the built-in AVR instruction set simulator (Figure 8.3). The AVR Studio supports source-level execution or AVR Assembler programs as well as C programs compiled with IAR systems ICCA90 C compiler. The AVR Studio runs under Windows95/98 and Windows NT. At the time of starting the AVR Studio, if the AVR In-Circuit Emulator is connected and powered on, the AVR Studio detects it and enables execution of programs on the emulator. Otherwise, it invokes the built-in AVR instruction set simulator for source-level simulation.
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Atmel has introduced a few evaluation boards at very competitive prices. It is strongly recommended to acquire one of these boards, depending upon your application and need. Using an evaluation board you can quickly test your programs before committing a final design board. All of these evaluation boards have a communication link to the PC for downloading your program to the target processor. Since all the AVR controllers can be programmed without the need for a special programmer, the downloaded program is programmed into the target controller program memory by the evaluation board and then exe-
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cuted. The evaluation boards can be used not only for testing your programs, but also as a simple device programmer.
ATMEL AVR MCU00100 DEVELOPMENT BOARD
The AVR MCU00100 development board was the first evaluation board introduced by Atmel. It sells for $49. The evaluation board connects to the PC through a serial port. The board has a resident controller (an AT89C2051 chip) that communicates with the PC, accepts downloaded programs from the PC, and programs the target AVR controller. The board has a set of LEDs and switches that can be connected to the AVR controller ports. This evaluation board can be used with most 20-pin and 40-pin DIP package AVR controllers, as illustrated in Figure 8.4. The socket for a 20-pin IC is inside the 40-pin socket. This board has a software package that includes, among other programs the avrprog.exe file that is a Windows 95/98/NT programming interface to the MCU00100 evaluation board (Figures 8.5 8.7).
STK200 BOARD
The STK200 Starter Kit is a complete evaluation platform for developing an AVR design. The STK200 Starter Kit is the ideal method to get acquainted with the AT90S AVR microcontroller family, including the new analog parts. The STK200 Starter Kit from Atmel supports the following Atmel AT90S AVR devices:
1. AT90S1200 2. AT90S2313
FIGURE 8.4 Photograph of the MCU00100 evaluation board.
FIGURE 8.5 AVRPROG primary window.
FIGURE 8.6 AVRPROG advanced window.
FIGURE 8.7 AVR ISP software.
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The STK200 development board is complete with push-button switches and LEDs. All of the microcontroller ports are accessible through 0.1-inch headers on the board. The regulated power supply accepts a DC or AC input voltage source, and 3.3-V or 5-V operation can be selected by jumper settings. The on-board brownout detector circuit is user selectable to 2.9 V or 4.5 V . An external LCD can be interfaced to the AVR microcontroller via a standard 14-pin header on the board. A potentiometer is supplied for contrast adjustment. The STK200 has support for external SRAM with sockets for Address latch and SRAM device. The internal 10-bit A/D converter on the analog AVR microcontroller is accessible through a separate header connector on the edge of the board. The analog reference voltage can be adjusted with an on-board potentiometer or optionally with an external reference voltage. The STK200 board includes an In-System Programming (ISP) cable that connects the STK200 board to the PC through the PC parallel port. The ISP cable can also be used to program all classic Atmel AVR microcontrollers in the actual target application via a 10pin header. Figure 8.8 is a photograph of the STK200 evaluation board. Support site from Atmel: AVR 8-Bit RISC Support Tools http://www.atmel.com/atmel/ products/prod202.htm STK200 Starter Kit Manual (40 pages, updated 2/99): http://www.atmel.com/atmel/ acrobat/doc1107.pdf
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