An app driving an H-bridge driver is having problems with apparent shoot-through with a normal complementary signal. So I thought of using Tiny25 as it has the complementary outputs and dead-time insertion. (Is this the least expensive AVR model with those features? About $1 for Tiny25; is there an Xmega less expensive?)
We've never used the dead-time before. Can anyone post a code snippet or point to links? Thanks.
 The app is to generate a (accurate as practical) 512Hz complementary square wave that is used for push-pull excitation signal. A CTC job, but it appears dead-time insertion is only for PWM?