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ATmega External Serial Monitor [Project]
posted May 26 2014 13:02.14 by spic0m




Instructables member ARPix explains the how and why:

"Sometimes I needed an external serial monitor like the Serial Monitor in the Arduino Editor, to see what is going on. So I made one.
The first picture shows an example how could be it designed.

For the ESM I used an Atmel Atmega328 (based on the Arduino-Board) because it have an internal SRAM with 2KBytes. It's necessary for the big data processing.
So you need more than 1KByte SRAM."



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