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#069 ATmegaBreadboard

Running an ATMEGA328P-PU on a breadboard


The objective here is to run an ATMEGA328P-PU chip on a breadboard. It assumes the chip is already programmed. For programming the chip, see programming an ATmega via Arduino ISP.

Yes, it just works.


The Breadboard

The Schematic

The Build

Credits and References

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LEAP is my personal collection of electronics projects, usually involving an Arduino or other microprocessor in one way or another. Some are full-blown projects, while many are trivial breadboard experiments, intended to learn and explore something interesting (IMHO!).

The projects are usually inspired by things found wild on the net, or ideas from the sources such as:

Feel free to borrow liberally, and if you spot any issues do let me know. See the individual projects for credits where due. There are even now a few projects contributed by others - send your own over in a pull request if you would also like to add to this collection.