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Forum 2005-2010 (read only) => Hardware => Interfacing => Topic started by: hacker007 on Nov 20, 2010, 02:56 pm

Post by: hacker007 on Nov 20, 2010, 02:56 pm
Has anyone tried Arduino on AVR-NET-IO from Pollin? ATmega644p. Any source code?
Title: Re: AVR-NET-IO
Post by: m2ic on Jan 03, 2011, 09:25 pm
Hi hacker007,
yes I'm currently working on it.
What I have so far is:
1) a bootloader for mega32 and mega644p
2) a new hardware core that defines a better pin numbering for the net-io
3) patched versions of EtherCard and etherShield for networking
I have some examples tested successfully.
But of course more testing has to be done!

For the AddOn board I've the following libs:
LCDI2C4Bit  LiquidCrystal_I2C  RF12  SdFat
Some examples running.
The RF12 seems to work with RFM12B but not with RFM12!

So I would say the core and bootloader are beta. ;)
The libs are alpha state.

If interested I can provide some sources in the next days.

I've started a project for porting arduino core files and libs to the AVR-Net-IO.
I added a new core (avrnetio) to support the ATmega644(p) and ATmega32 and a bootloader.
As far as possible I made the changes cpu independent and put all board specific stuff in one file (board.def).
Libs are patched with #ifdef to work with arduino boards as well as with AVR-Net-IO. (
Title: Re: AVR-NET-IO
Post by: MrCurious on Jan 24, 2011, 01:13 am
m2ic, I too would be interested in seeing what you have created.  I have a 644p and a rfm12b that i am trying to get working together.