All Blog Posts Tagged 'vga' (3)

ATmega328 Overclock (30MHz)

Hello everyone,

This is more fun oriented project than something useful (or not) since ATmega328 was not designed for clock frequency above 20MHz (see datasheet). So, 30MHz is push it far from the limit. :)

Besides, I…

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Added by Marcelo Rodrigues on December 23, 2012 at 1:56pm — 3 Comments

Arduino generated VGA (color) signal - Complete!

Hey guys,

By the picture above we can notice that the problem with the black area was solved, and now, the entire screen is filled, so we can print on any corner (640x480 @ 60Hz). The problem was the interrupt function, the time of calling and returning was taking so much time for an ATmega328, I…

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Added by Marcelo Rodrigues on April 4, 2012 at 3:00pm — 23 Comments

Arduino generated VGA (color) signal

Hello everyone, 

Going forward on my study about VGA signal, now I could generate the sync signals (horizontal and vertical), and also play with the RGB ones. Now I can generate vertical color bars and rectangles. :)

I am still facing some problems, like to fill the entire screen area…

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Added by Marcelo Rodrigues on March 21, 2012 at 3:21pm — 1 Comment

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