ATmega1284PA

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Hi,
Does Atmel release any device called ATmega1284PA ?

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There is a 1284, & 1284P. Not sure of PA. The Atmel.com website is down at this moment.

Jim

Jim Wagner Oregon Research Electronics, Consulting Div. Tangent, OR, USA http://www.orelectronics.net

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ka7ehk wrote:
... The Atmel.com website is down at this moment.

Jim


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The atmega1284pa doesn't show up at findchips, so I would guess that it's not released (at least not publicly).

- S

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AFAIK, there is the same situation as with the Mega328:

-- In the past, there was e.g. a Mega88, then a Mega88P, then a Mega88A and Mega88PA with the "A" representing the die/fab change.
-- There never was a Mega328P until the die/fab change, so it just became a Mega328P instead of a Mega328PA.

Just my recollection/speculation. Yes, Atmel could have gone to e.g. Mega328PA and then the family naming would be consistent--except for the "missing" Mega328P. Damned if you do...

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