This page has resources to get started on using the Atmel ATmega microcontroller. You will find a sample schematic, board layout, and source code, as well as information about the free software tools you can use to create your own board. The ATmega is a popular microcontroller for its generous program memory and RAM, as well as the typical hardware features you'd expect from an advanced microcontroller. The ATmega is also more expensive than your typical microcontroller, and is best suited for more advanced tasks such as a robot controller or an embedded webserver. Your first stop should be the ATmega product datasheet found on Atmel's website.
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The header pinouts are shown in the figures below. Figure 1. JTAG header pinout. Figure 2. Figure 3.
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