I was actually trying to find the "Xmega A" manual on the Microchip site when I bumped into this...
Looks a very useful "one pager"!
(and apologies if it turns out that I'm actually the last one to have seen this!)
The document has a sensible representation of RAM and EEPROM sizes along with groupings of peripherals.
This is something that Atmel was never able to achieve, it appeared that their marketing people organized AVR parameter tables.
Bleh...notice they don't even list a mega328...they do have a 328pb, which is much different
And where is tiny12??? He probably feels right shifted.
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Incorrectly shows the t24/45/85 as having a hardware multiplier.
It also shows that family as supporting I2C and SPI, which it does not (although the USI peripheral can perform some of that functionality).
I wonder what other errors exist in this document.
Too bad. If I thought I could rely upon it, it would come in handy.
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