They both run at 19200 baud and take up 2 KB of flash memory on the
ATmega168. The only differences is the time the bootloader waits for a new
program to arrive and the number of times it flashes the pin 13 LED when it starts.
Because of ...
It's similar to this tutorial, but uses an Arduino board to program the ATmega on
the breadboard. Unless you choose to use ... If you have a new ATmega328 (or
ATmega168), you'll need to burn the bootloader onto it. You can do this using an
You can use an Arduino as a programmer for other chips. The sketch is called "
ArduinoISP". See these pages: http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoISP, and http
://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoToBreadboard. Basically, you power the target ...
This tutorial introduces how to burn a bootloader from scratch of an atmega168/
328 DIP package microcontroller on a breadboard to use it with Wiring. Step 1.
Setup the basic circuit to use the atmega168/328. The Wiring board shown in this