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If you want to get a tattoo in an unexpected (and concealable) spot, go for behind the ears. This understated placement is a favorite of tiny tat fans, and as
Quote: Does anyone know which AVR can support SDIO ? No AVR8 (tiny, mega, xmega) has SDIO so for SD/MMC you must always use SPI(*). I think some of the 32bit AVR32 chips have SDIO. Whether it is spi or sdio is up to you. The pcb does very little apart from put the connector out to pins. You can program the avr to do sdio, but with the avr hardware, spi is faster. In the second picture down it shows how the pins connect to SPI. So in your module ignore the pins labelled D1 and D2. You would connected 3.3V to your AVR Vcc (hope it's is 3.3V!). Gnd to your AVR Gnd. D0 to the MISO pin on your AVR's SPI interface. CMD to the MOSI pin of your AVR's SPI. CLK to the SCK pin of your AVR's SPI. D3 to the _SS pin of your AVR's SPI.Quote: is it possible for me using it as SDIO ? Are you ignoring the answers you are being given? I already told you that if you use an AVR8 (and I believe you have mega128?) then you cannot use SDIO mode. You can only connect the card in MMC mode using the SPI interface of the m128.
All of my family lives in Michigan, so I have a natural draw to it. I have a tradition to visit Michigan each summer and see family. With my dad's mother I have another tradition to go to Mackinaw Island or Lake Huron.
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