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Published on May 23, 2011
This tutorial shows you how to build an Arduino on a breadboard. It describes the use of 16MHz and 20Mhz crystals for driving the Arduino and compares their use to the use of a resonator. A simple circuit is created that blinks an LED for 1000ms and 100ms. The Arduino is programmed on the breadboard using an Arduino shield's Reset, TX and RX pins. This video is part of an introductory module to Digital and Analogue Electronics that is running at Dublin City University, Ireland: http://www.eeng.dcu.ie/~molloyd/EE223/