New AVR controller

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New AVR controller

Postby STibor » Sun Aug 24, 2014 9:15 am

Hi!

ATXMEGA64A4T chip support possible?

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Re: New AVR controller

Postby Benj » Thu Sep 25, 2014 12:13 pm

Hello,

Looks like it will require a compiler upgrade to support this chip. Should be possible so I will add it to the list.

Have you used the ATXMEGA devices before? I had my first go with them a few months back and was not all that impressed. Fundamental things like ADC inputs just seem awful to work with. Might well be due to my misunderstanding of what Atmels intention was for these devices.
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Re: New AVR controller

Postby STibor » Thu Sep 25, 2014 8:40 pm

Hi!

I did not use the Atxmega series.
I will no longer be used.
Pic kontrollerrrel also solved the problem.
Between AVR Analog VDD (VCC) and the VDD supply lines required inductance 10uH.
And put in all input voltage(Vcc Vdd) and GND(Vss) 100nF ceramic capacitor.