ATtiny1607 – A TinyAVR MCU Family For Real-Time Control Systems
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ATtiny1607 – A TinyAVR MCU Family For Real-Time Control Systems

In continuation of the development of microcontrollers for a real-time control system, Microchip unveils a new set of microcontroller family based around the known Atmel ATtiny family called the ATtiny1607 family. Microchip is hoping to continue support for the Atmel's famous AVR set...

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Writing to flash and EEPROM on the tinyAVR 1-series
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Writing to flash and EEPROM on the tinyAVR 1-series

Update your tinyAVR code to access memories when using 1-series tinyAVRs. Link here (PDF) On tinyAVR® 1-series devices, access to Flash memory and EEPROM has been changed from that on previous tinyAVR devices. This means that existing code for writing to Flash and EEPROM on older...

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Atmel ATtiny417/814/816/817 Include Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs)
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Atmel ATtiny417/814/816/817 Include Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs)

Atmel tinyAVR microcontrollers are optimized for applications that require performance, power efficiency and ease of use in a small package. All tinyAVR devices are based on the same architecture with other AVR devices. The integrated ADC, DAC, EEPROM memory and brown-out detector let you...

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Getting Started with Atmel ATtiny10
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Getting Started with Atmel ATtiny10

Mahesh @ electronut.in show us how to program these tiny microcontrollers (ATtiny10) with Atmel Studio 7 and make an RGB led to light. I like Atmel tinyAVRs because they are tiny computers that I can (almost) wrap my head around. The Atmel ATtiny4/5/9/10 are the cheapest in the...

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