Lab One - Jared Salisbury EE 1910 004 Dr. Thomas 02...

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Jared Salisbury EE 1910 – 004 Dr. Thomas 02 December 2007
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Procedure: For this lab we first had to download all the required programs and files needed for this class and to verify that the Atmel boards and our laptops worked properly. Once we properly installed and downloaded all of the required software we had to make sure the program would run the files we downloaded. Once all of the software was working properly it was time to make sure our computers would respond correctly to the hardware. Once I tried connecting my board to my computer I was told that “new hardware had been detected.” I had to then go and get a disk so I could download the proper software so that the board would work with my computer. Once all of the problems were fixed we could run the program on the board. The first thing the program did was caused all the lights on the board to light up. Then once all the lights were lit, then we had to make the lights blink. We did this by activating the delays programmed into the
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course EE 1910 taught by Professor Thomas during the Spring '08 term at Milwaukee School of Engineering.

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Lab One - Jared Salisbury EE 1910 004 Dr. Thomas 02...

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