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AVR Microcontroller Analog Input/Output

Welcome to the AVR Tutorials analog input/output (I/O) peripherals tutorial page. These tutorials are geared towards the AVR microcontroller's Analog peripherals including the Analog Comparator and Analog to Digital Converter (ADC).

A number of the Atmel AVR 8-bits microcontroller provide analog input/output (I/O) capabilities through their "Analog Comparator" and "Analog to Digital Converter (ADC)."

Note: Although most if not all of the AVR 8-bits microcontroller provides an analog comparator, not all carries an AD Converter. For instant, the popular ATMega8515 does not carry an Analog to Digital Converter. As such if you need an AVR microncontroller with an ADC please check the microcontroller datasheet before you purchase the microcontroller. Microcontrolers such as the ATmega32, ATMega16, ATTiny13 along with many others do contain an ADC.

For more information on the Analog I/O peripherals of the Atmel AVR 8-bits microcontrollers please click on the appropriate links to the left.

AVR Tutorials hopes that these AVR tutorials on the AVR microcontroller Analog Input/Output are beneficial to you and looks forward to your continued visits for all your microcontroller tutorial needs.