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Kai Klaas
09/25/12 12:44
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  09/25/12 12:53

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#188443 - Make no mistake...
Responding to: Richard Erlacher's previous message
Lately I was forced by my company to work with an ATMEGA328. You can imagine that I have tested the internal brown-out-detection and power-on-reset up to the bursting point. To my surprise these parts never made any mistake but went like a swiss watch. The people from ATMEL have definitely done their homework. And our company has a new ┬ÁC which is no 8051...

By the way, the internal 10bit ADC of the ATMEGA328 is superb too.

Kai Klaas

List of 17 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
.db instr does not work like before with movx A,@dptr      Rick Gebhardt      09/23/12 22:16      
   Brain Fade ?      Jim Granville      09/23/12 22:57      
      memory access      Rick Gebhardt      09/24/12 01:30      
         Did you ever try the Maxim/Dallas DS89C4x0?      Richard Erlacher      09/24/12 10:18      
   Handle the dptr with care...      Kai Klaas      09/24/12 10:38      
      Dallas, Dptr, and DB      Rick Gebhardt      09/24/12 21:36      
         not really      Erik Malund      09/25/12 08:50      
            Perhaps what he means is ...       Richard Erlacher      09/25/12 11:28      
               Make no mistake...       Kai Klaas      09/25/12 12:44      
                  and also the XMEGA      Jim Granville      09/25/12 23:36      
                     XMEGA ADC      Maarten Brock      09/26/12 03:00      
                        I agree...      Kai Klaas      09/26/12 17:18      
               those samples that Andy and others were expecting       Andy Neil      09/25/12 15:13      
            Is it 2007 already??      Andy Neil      09/25/12 15:17      
               That's why I refer to them as MAXIM/DALLAS       Richard Erlacher      09/25/12 21:52      
                  Part Numbers ?      Jim Granville      09/25/12 23:29      
                     None in particular ...       Richard Erlacher      09/26/12 16:01      

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