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to gchapman: Are you on some sort of mailing list that you get announcements for all these new documents that you post?  Is there some forum or web page at Microchip where they are announced?

 

(In any case, thank you for reposting them here, attached to relevant threads!)

 

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westfw wrote:
Are you on some sort of mailing list that you get announcements for all these new documents that you post? 
No

westfw wrote:
Is there some forum or web page at Microchip where they are announced?
web pages

westfw wrote:
(In any case, thank you for reposting them here, attached to relevant threads!)
You're welcome!

 

P.S.

A foundry's application engineers, by significant effort and work, create application notes and source code that expands on what's in the data sheets (ideally created by design engineers)

Same application engineers may write trade journal articles though these journals aren't like the ones in the past (circa '10)

Same engineers attend conferences that are now virtual (where's the swag?)

(sucking sound from the drain)

Chin up!

 


How to search for Microchip PCNs (change control board releases data sheets, errata, assemble & test, wafer fab for new die or new fabs)

TechDoc (PDF are the reference)

Online Docs (web docs, subset of TechDoc)

RSS Feeds | Microchip Technology (RSS's typical use case is feeds to journalists)

What's New? - Developer Help

 

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Revision History | Getting Started with Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)

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Updated the GitHub repository links, the References section, and the use cases sections. Added the AVR® DA Family Overview and Revision History sections. Added MCC versions for each use case, running on AVR128DA48. Other minor corrections.

TB3215 Getting Started with SPI (PDF)

 

Revision History | Getting Started with Timer/Counter Type B (TCB)

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Updated the GitHub repository links, the References section, and the use cases sections. Added the AVR® DA Family Overview and Revision History sections. Added MCC versions for each use case, running on AVR128DA48. Other minor corrections.

TB3214 Getting Started with TCB (PDF)

 

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Revision History | Getting Started with Timer/Counter Type D (TCD)

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Updated the GitHub repository links, the References section, and the use cases sections. Added the AVR® DA Family OverviewDithering Feature and Revision History sections. Added MCC versions for each use case, running on AVR128DA48. Other minor corrections.

 

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Rev. DS40002198B - 02/2021 | AVR® Instruction Set Manual

1.Editorial change, code examples needed beautification.

2.Corrected instructions affecting two registers had a syntax that did not compile as inline in avr-gcc or xc8.

3.Defined overline symbol as negation.

4.Corrected core overview for AVR® DA Family AVRxm to AVRxt.

5.Added to core overview AVR® DB and AVR® DD Families.

6.Reintroduced the Conditional Branch Summary table with some simplification.

AVR® Instruction Set Manual (PDF)

 

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I really don't understand what are DD and DE families for. All of them seem to be practically identical and no significant improvement since ATmega4809. I wish new AVRs have USB working as Virtual COM Port. This would be really nice to get rig o CP2102/FT230... old XMEGA AU serial have USB and this was really useful.

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Low pin count (growth from tinyAVR 0, 1, and 2-series)

extronic wrote:
... and no significant improvement since ATmega4809.
mega4809 has a single-ended ADC, no high frequency crystal oscillator, etc.; a mega4809 advantage is packaging (PDIP-40 vs PDIP-28)

extronic wrote:
I wish new AVRs have USB working as Virtual COM Port.
Concur; maybe AVR DC.

USB is a mid-complexity peripheral; some difficulty to be complete, precise, and correct with USB and squeeze the USB controller into the limited die space.

Maybe AVR Dx USB access will be by another means (USB megaAVR : dual-port RAM, USB XMEGA AVR : pseudo dual-port RAM and the four RMW instructions)

extronic wrote:
This would be really nice to get rig o CP2102/FT230
Yet there's innovation in USB UART :

  • crystal-less
  • very high baud
  • 24MHz clock to the MCU

extronic wrote:
... old XMEGA AU serial have USB and this was really useful.
... and XMEGA B & C.

 


Features | ADC | ATmega4808/4809 Data Sheet

 

NEW! USB to UART G Series Archives | Prolific USA | IC Design & Manufacturing

XR21x14x Universal Async Receiver Transmitters - MaxLinear | Mouser due to CH340G IC vendor..... | AVR Freaks

USBXpress USB Bridges - USB-to-UART bridge controllers - Silicon Labs and Pololu - CP2102N USB-to-Serial Adapter Carrier

 

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I looking forward to -DD because of the package size. 4mm QFN vs 5mm makes *a lot* of difference to me. Then I can drop SAMD11 which is too memory-constrained (although it does have USB, if you can afford the memory use).

 

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Revision History | Getting Started with Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)

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Updated the GitHub repository links, the References section, and the use cases sections. Added the AVR® DA Family Overview and Revision History sections. Added MCC versions for each use case, running on AVR128DA48. Other minor corrections.

Getting Started with Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) (PDF)

 

Revision History | Getting Started with Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC)

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Updated the GitHub repository links, the References section, and the use cases sections. Added the AVR® DA Family Overview and Revision History sections. Added MCC versions for each use case, running on AVR128DA48. Other minor corrections.

Getting Started with Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) (PDF)

 

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Revision History | Getting Started with Configurable Custom Logic (CCL)

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Updated the GitHub repository links, the References section, the use cases sections, and the use cases figures. Added the AVR® DA Family OverviewAdvanced Examples and Revision History sections. Added MCC versions for each use case, running on AVR128DA48. Other minor corrections.

TB3218 Getting started with CCL

 

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http://packs.download.atmel.com/#collapse-Atmel-AVR-Dx-DFP-pdsc

[AVR Dx web page URLs]

...

 

1.7.85 (2021-03-05)

Added support for AVR64DD.

...

 

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There are so many monolithic buck converters, some which only require outboard capacitors. Don't see why one would build one oneself.  You can control the voltage with a filtered PWM signal to bias the Feedback pin. 

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glewis wrote:
Don't see why one would build one oneself.

  • voltage
  • digital control (in primary or secondary)
  • digital compensation (flexibility in matching load to source as either or both change impedance)

though current BCD processes and designs have transistors with significant drain-source max voltage; there are significant use cases for 40Vdc and greater (power tools, mowers, engine start-stop, hybrid EV, etc)

glewis wrote:
You can control the voltage with a filtered PWM signal to bias the Feedback pin.
or a DAC though DAC are more prevalent in follow-on AVR.

 


BCD - Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (low noise analog front-end, control logic, power switches)

 

Hysteretic control though very low price :

2-transistor Black Regulator by Roman Black

[3/4 page]

High voltage use

 

84Vdc :
Electric propulsion system for PPG and Ultralights | AVR Freaks

 

Secondary control, digital control :

MCP1012 - AC/DC - Auxiliary Controllers

 

Schematic | AVR128DB48 Curiosity Nano Hardware User Guide (second sheet, A2)

 

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One of the main reasons to switch the power with a micro is to be in sync with the switching noise. 

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AN3998 - Sensorless BLDC Motor Control for AVR® Microcontrollers

[last sentence of page 1]

The presented solution creates a cost-effective motor driver by using an 8-bit microcontroller when traditionally, only 16-bit microcontrollers or more were used in creating this device.

The motor control board could drive the motor for some water well pumps; Plug-In Module (PIM) for AVR DA and AVR DB are forthcoming.

 

edit : web doc

Sensorless BLDC Motor Control for AVR® Microcontrollers

 

edit2 : 16 bit

Microchip's dsPIC33CK Low Voltage Motor Control (LVMC) Development Board - YouTube (6m6s)

 

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Revision History | Sensorless BLDC Motor Control for AVR® Microcontrollers

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Updated Introduction section with GitHub link.

AN3998 - Sensorless BLDC Motor Control for AVR® Microcontrollers

 

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August Development Tools sale

AVR128DB48 Curiosity Nano Evaluation kit

 

Use Coupon Code:

TP2127

$18.99  $15.19

...

Curiosity Nano Touch Adapter Kit

 

Use Coupon Code:

TP2130

$19.99 $16.99

...

via e-mail

 


AVR128DB48 CURIOSITY NANO EVALUATION KIT | Microchip Technology

 

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Coupon codes are nice, but can anyone actually buy anything from them?

I have been trying to buy the DB48 eval kit for the last hour, but I can't get past the checkout. It says there is something wrong with one or more fields in my address, but all is fine when I look. The address is the same as last time I ordered from Microchip Direct, and back then there was no problem.

 

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Web sites are updated and have several applications that must communicate else fubar.

Try during business hours or try

Contact Us | World's Largest Inventory of Microchip Products

though there's a Denmark office.

 


FUBAR - Wiktionary

 

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version 1.1 released 23-Aug'21

ISO 26262 Functional Safety Packages for AVR® DA

 

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Additions are AVR Dx and Seiko Instruments crystals.

Revision History | Selecting and Testing 32.768 kHz Crystal Oscillators for AVR® Microcontrollers

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09/2021

1.General review of the application note text.

2.Corrected Figure 1.

3.Updated section Crystal Recommendations with new AVR devices and crystals

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Revision History | Using the Internal OPAMP as Regulated Power Supply for MVIO

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Corrected some formulas and made notation more consistent

 

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Published yesterday; revision adds TWI driver note for AVR DA and AVR DB.

Supported Families | MPLAB® Code Configurator - Melody CryptoAuthentication Library Release Notes (CryptoAuthLib)

 

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Sigh.  Emotionally, I really "want" an 8pin replacement for the ATtiny85.  At least 8k of program space, DIP8/SOIC8 and cheaper than the t85.  AVRxxDy8 or xTiny, I don't care.

(logically, I realize that many of the existing new chips already replace t85 WRT board space (in those tiny QFN packages, etc.), but it doesn't stop the "want.")

 

 

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westfw wrote:

Sigh.  Emotionally, I really "want" an 8pin replacement for the ATtiny85.  At least 8k of program space, DIP8/SOIC8 and cheaper than the t85.  AVRxxDy8 or xTiny, I don't care.

(logically, I realize that many of the existing new chips already replace t85 WRT board space (in those tiny QFN packages, etc.), but it doesn't stop the "want.")

 

 

 

I wonder if you could make a carrier PCB to meet that requirement.

 

I'd like to see USB.

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mojo-chan wrote:
I'd like to see USB

 

Better a wireless interface.

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I wonder if you could make a carrier PCB to meet that requirement.

not and keep the “cheaper than a tiny85” part of the spec.

 

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mojo-chan wrote:
I'd like to see USB.
AVR DU | AVR Freaks

 

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westfw wrote:

Sigh.  Emotionally, I really "want" an 8pin replacement for the ATtiny85.  At least 8k of program space, DIP8/SOIC8 and cheaper than the t85.  AVRxxDy8 or xTiny, I don't care.

(logically, I realize that many of the existing new chips already replace t85 WRT board space (in those tiny QFN packages, etc.), but it doesn't stop the "want.")

...

not and keep the “cheaper than a tiny85” part of the spec.

 

Those are rather dinosaur packages, with suppliers preferring to go for a split to smaller QFN packages, and gull wing packages like TSSOP14 to cover the customer needs.

( Whenever I've looked at 8 pin MCU's I've always come up a pin or two short.  The MSOP10 I quite like, but that is also a bit niche. )

 

TSSOP20 is probably the highest volume 8 bit MCU gull-wing package these days.

 

ATTiny85 comes in wide 8-SOIC (0.209", 5.30mm Width), itself a bit unusual. Digikey says  $1.07/1k

 

 

Looking at other vendors SO8 parts, I see 

STM8S001 is 40c/1k for 8kF

and the new 

 

IS31CS8975-GRLS2-TR is $0.68/1k for 1KB SRAM AND 16KF ECC 32MHz   A/D 4x11b SAR; D/A 1x8b   8-SOIC (0.154", 3.90mm Width)

also comes in 16-TSSOP (0.173", 4.40mm Width)  $0.74/1k, which is better value per IO pin.

 

In MSOP10 there are  (this vendor skips SO8 packages)

MS51BA9AE   $0.39/1k  8KB FLASH 1K RAM  24MHz    I²C, SPI, UART/USART   2.4V ~ 5.5V    A/D 4x12b  -40°C ~ 105°C  10-MSOP (0.118", 3.00mm Width)
ML51BB9AE   $0.54/1k  16KB FLASH 1K RAM  24MHz    I²C, SPI, UART/USART  1.8V ~ 5.5V    A/D 2x12b  -40°C ~ 105°C  10-MSOP (0.118", 3.00mm Width) 

 

and in TSSOP20 parts like 

EFM8BB52F16G-C-TSSOP20  $0.47/1k   50MHz  16KB FLASH  1.25K RAM  1.8V ~ 5.5V    A/D 16x12b D/A 1x10b   -40°C ~ 85°C  20-TSSOP (0.173", 4.40mm Width)

EFM8BB52F32G-C-TSSOP20  $0.55/1k   50MHz  32KB FLASH  2.25K RAM  1.8V ~ 5.5V    A/D 16x12b D/A 1x10b   -40°C ~ 85°C  20-TSSOP (0.173", 4.40mm Width)

 

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Who-me wrote:
Those are rather dinosaur packages,
yet are handy for first prototype when demonstrating to a customer (goal is a design win)

Who-me wrote:
QFN packages,
QFN has some temperature cycling issues unless there's underfill.

Who-me wrote:
and gull wing packages like TSSOP14 to cover the customer needs.
Some processes require packages with leads; the more packages the merrier especially with the current lead frame shortage.

Who-me wrote:
( Whenever I've looked at 8 pin MCU's I've always come up a pin or two short. 
Which results in brilliant designs (alternate programming, dual impedance)

 


SP3T-50x50-G | SMTpads, Size 3, 50x50mil | BusBoard Prototype Systems

 

Underfill revisited: How a decades-old technique enables smaller, more durable PCBs - Embedded.com

 

ATMEL parts are running out of stock due to wafer shortage ? | AVR Freaks

 

ATiny Liberation!... Self Replicating Boot Unloader. | AVR Freaks

 

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My pseudo DIP8 has up to 32KB of flash.cheeky

 

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