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April 30, 2009

Microcontroller Real Time Clock using system Crystal Oscillator

at 8:33 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Electronic Hacks


NerdKits demonstrates how make a Microcontroller Real Time Clock using system Crystal Oscillator by using system interrupts.

"This project demonstrates a minimal piece of code that shows how to use interrupts, as well as the ATmega168’s onboard Timer/Counter modules, to divide the 14745600 clock cycles per second down to just 100, and to keep time accurately in seconds."


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