ATmega8, ATmega16 and ATmega128

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Hi All,

The above datasheets are now available from the Device section here.
The ATmega128 looks very interresting indeed!

rgds
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Mega128 in an 8 pin PDIP??? Someone's pulling my leg.

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where does it say that? am I going blind? i thought it said mega128 was in a 64 pin TQFP...

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Looks like it's been fixed. There were three packages listed, but I wasn't buying the third option, (though if available, I might!)

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, this is all very nice, but the main question is :

WHEN can we get these wonderful chips ????

Atmel Sweden doesn't have any.

/Jesper

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The quick black AVR jumped over the lazy PIC.
What boots up, must come down.

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Hi, Jesper...

Tell me when/where you get hold of one, I want one to!

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One of the other threads says Mega 128 Q4 2001, 8 and 16 Q1 2002

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