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Michael Zaffuto's Blog – April 2010 Archive (4)

JM-XD200-USB an excellent atXmega128a1 development board

The recently updated ATxmega128A1 development board, JM-XD200-USB

, by Justin Mattair at is a very nice atxmega platform. He has thoughtfully included an onboard ATmega32U2 as a PDI programmer, LUFA style (ala… Continue

Added by Michael Zaffuto on April 30, 2010 at 7:30am — No Comments

XmegaPilot - What features would you like to see?

Processor is: Atmel atXmega128A1

Gyro is: Invensense ITG-3200

Acceleromter is: STmicro LIS331DLH

Voltage Ref is: National LM4040-2.5

Pressure Sense: Bosch BMP085

Diff Pressure: Freescale MPV5004G

Data Flash: AT45DB041

8 R/C input ppm encoder similar to design by Hendrix and Moa for paparazzi

Servo… Continue

Added by Michael Zaffuto on April 26, 2010 at 12:00am — No Comments

Potential Airframes for XmegaPilot development and testing

The venerable EPO Multiplex Easystar:

Wingspan: 54" (1370mm)

Length: 34" (870mm)

or, as brought to my attention by the famous " Hooks ":

The new…


Added by Michael Zaffuto on April 17, 2010 at 10:24pm — No Comments

The low cost ATAVRXPLAIN demonstration kit for ATxmega128A1

This low cost development board can be used to introduce yourself to the great new features of Atmel's ATxmega processors.

The ATxmega128A1 processor is the main processor that will be used in the XmegaPilot prototype development board.…


Added by Michael Zaffuto on April 15, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments

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