The main idea in this project is to develop a stand-alone circuit board and code that controls several (up to 32) RC servo motors. The board is intended to be used for robots or other electromechanical devices requiring a relatively large number of RC servos. The board is stand-alone, meaning that it can be programmed directly using standard tools for Atmel AVR development, and does not require commands from an external board, such as an Arduino or a Raspberry pi.
There exist several servo controller boards in the market so why go through the effort of creating one from scratch? The reason is twofold;
Hardware and software for generating 32 servo control pulses verified to work on simple loops.
(Things I would like to do in the future)
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