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the highperformance, lowpower microchip avr riscbased cmos bit microcontroller combines kb isp flash memory with readwhilewrite capabilities, b eeprom, kb sram, general purpose i/o lines, general purpose working registers, three flexible timer/counters with compare modes, internal and 

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high performance, low power atmel®avr® bit microcontroller family. •. advanced risc architecture. powerful instructions. most single clock cycle execution. x general purpose working registers. fully static operation. up to mips throughput at mhz. onchip cycle multiplier.

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the atmel® atmega, atmega and atmega differ only in memory sizes, boot loader support, and interrupt vector sizes. table summarizes the different memory and interrupt vector sizes for the three devices. atmega and atmega support a real readwhilewrite selfprogramming mechanism. there is a 

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atmegapu microchip technology atmel microcontrôleurs bits mcu kb flash .kb eeprom i/o pins fiche technique, inventaire et tarifs.

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µa at mhz, .v. µa at khz, .v (including oscillator). powerdown mode: .µa at .v. note: . see “data retention” on page for details. bit atmel. microcontroller with k. bytes insystem. programmable. flash. atmega/v. atmega/v. atmega/v. summary. rev. usavr/ 

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atmega/parduino pin mapping. note that this chart is for the dippackage chip. the arduino mini is based upon a smaller physical ic package that includes two extra adc pins, which are not available in the dippackage arduino implementations.

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may , . serial communications with the atmega. the first thing you do when you learn a new programming language or platform is to write a "hello world" application. this requires something like a "printf" function. that's not so straightforward when it comes to microcontrollers where will the output of the "printf" 

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