attiny2313 Datasheet typo?

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On the latest datasheet (Rev 25431-AVR-04/06)
http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2543.pdf

Page 2 lists the PDIP/SOIC Pin 19 as PB7 (UCSK/SCL/PCINT7) but, lists the MLF pin 19 as PB7 (UCSK/SCK/PCINT7).

Should both not be SCK ?

EDIT: added URL of document.

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why? They are different packages. Are you trying to stuff a MLF part in a PDIP hole?

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Qema wrote:
Should both not be SCK ?
If the USI is used in three-wire mode, the pin is SCK. For two-wire mode, the pin is SCL.

When using ISP, it's SCK.

They both should probably be labeled SCK but SCL is not inaccurate.

Don

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sgomes wrote:
why? They are different packages. Are you trying to stuff a MLF part in a PDIP hole?

No.

What really confused me (being new to AVR) was that the ISP layout had SCK pin in it, but I couldn't find one while looking at the PDIP schematic. It wasn't until I looked at the MLF layout and noticed that SCK was there. I gave it a shot and hooked the ISP to the pin labeled SCL(on the PDIP schematic) and it worked.

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