HTML format of specifications

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Hi guys,

Are there HTML forms of specifications present for AVR devices? Can I find an HTML version of ATmega103 specification (PDF versions are all available)? Please let me know.

Thanks and regards,
Sandeep K Chaudhary,
University of Waterloo, Canada.

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Can you be more precise on what you mean by "specifications"? The same info as on the product pages at www.atmel.com?

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I think he means a page where there is a short description of the specs instead of having to download the datasheet to check them.

For exampl if you open m8 page http://www.atmel.com/devices/ATM... you can see some specs but if you open m103 page there is no similar info http://www.atmel.com/devices/ATM...

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I'm guessing there are PDF editors that probably have the facility to output as HTML (though Lord alone knows why youd want to!)

EDIT: Stack Overflow says http://blog.idrsolutions.com/201...

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I think he means a page where there is a short description of the specs instead of having to download the datasheet to check them.

So, just write a small program on the PC that downloads the HTML product page for each AVR model. Extract the contents of the "Parameters" tab.

Alternative or getting same/similar information (albeit not in HTML format): Use the parametric search function here:

http://www.atmel.com/v2pfresults...(actives:!(),data:(area:'',category:'34864',pm:!(),view:list),sc:1)

It is slower than a slug, but you can donload the same data as an Excel sheet (and if you do not have Excel, then LibreOffice calc will do just fine).

Darn, I cant get that URL to be hadled correctly

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Thanks everyone for the quick response !

Actually I am searching for HTML version of the complete datasheet/specification of processors (if possible).

Yeah, I am thinking of converting the PDF files to HTML if I don't get the HTML version of the datasheets directly.

And thanks for the tip, Johan ! This will be quite useful to me.

Thanks and regards,
Sandeep K Chaudhary,
University of Waterloo, Canada.

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Bear in mind that the data sheets are copyrighted material. Thus you are not allowed to alter and publish the contents - if that is the plan.

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