Can we expect the ATXtiny?

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I wonder if we also can expect the ATXtiny after the ATXmega?
With cool features like:

32 MIPS (internal xtal/PLL/RTC)
Hardware multiplier (MUL instructions)
USART/ISP/USI/TWI/biphase RX-TX/1-wire
10-bit ADC (with mux)
10-bit DAC (with double mux-s/h)
Analog comparator (with mux)
two 10/16-bit timers with PWM/quad OCR
two 8-bit timers with PWM/dual OCR
PCINT/interrupts/BOD/WDT/boot
i/o current sources for LEDs (multiplexing/charlieplexing)
lots of memory flash 16-64kB/1MB FRAM?
nice price also when buying single units
PDIP(hobbyists)/SOIC/QFN packages (8/16 pins)

Or else a new ATtiny with at least; PDIP package, hardware multiplier, 10-bit DAC, USART and high speed biphase RX/TX.

RES

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No.

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Ask Ulf Sammuelson om comp.arch.embedded. He works there.

Imagecraft compiler user

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More like "lurks there".

Leon Heller G1HSM

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I'd love to see an xTiny but I really doubt that it will happen in the foreseeable future.

Jim

 

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I'd love to see an xTiny but I really doubt that it will happen in the foreseeable future.

So they could go ahead and announce it now, with immediate delivery.

Chuck Baird

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Tiny 4,5,9,10,20,40 are all the "new" design of the AVR (like the xMega) and that way kind of xTiny.