Support for the Arduino Uno board. More...
Support for the Arduino Uno board.
The Arduino Uno is one of the cheapest board to start and discover with electronics and embedded coding. It is based on Atmel's AVR architecture and sports an ATmega328p MCU. It is like many Arduinos extensible by using shields.
|Timers||3 (2x 8bit, 1x 16bit)|
|ADCs||6 analog input pins|
|I2Cs||1 (called TWI)|
|Datasheet / Reference Manual||Datasheet and Reference Manual|
|Board Manual||Board Manual|
Flashing RIOT on the Arduino Uno is quite straight forward, just connect your Arduino Uno using the programming port to your host computer and type:
make BOARD=arduino-uno flash
This should take care of everything!
We use the open
avrdude tool to write the new code into the ATmega328p's flash
More pins can be used for hardware interrupts using the Pin Change Interrupt feature. See ATmega common for details.
Don't expect having a working network stack due to very limited resources.
|Board specific definitions for the Arduino Uno board. |