Project Description
A Windows application for connecting to an AVR via RS232 serial or USB-to-COM FTDI ports. Works on Arduino, Bare Bones Board, and any custom boards with max232/FTDI IC and USB or DE-15 connector. Also contains a rudimentary TCP/IP server for telnet access to your AVR.

Overview

I needed a serial communication program to debug my AVR projects and the available ones had some issues that were difficult for me to work around so I wrote this serial terminal. The application automatically detects available COM or USB-to-COM ports and makes them available in a drop down box on the toolbar. It also includes the beginnings of a TCP/IP server so that you may telnet into your AVR from remote locations.

History

The AVR Terminal was first developed to act as an interface to the AVR Shell (avrsh), modeled after a UNIX shell. I then modified it to interface with AVR Mastermind, a game of deductive logic as the primary output device. It has some known issues, but at this time works well enough. The original download page can still be found here.

Status

BETA

Last edited Apr 27, 2010 at 12:40 AM by DroidEngineer, version 3