Is there a Mega with PLL fast peripheral clock?

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I guess the subject says it all. Is there? A tiny26 would be perfect if it had a hardware multiplier... Thanks.

Mark

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Have you read through the datasheets for other AVR's? You will find the answer to your question.

Tom

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AT90PWMx? Overkill, maybe, but they've got MUL.

Does seem like a potentially useful addition to the Parametric Table.

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zoomcityzoom wrote:
Have you read through the datasheets for other AVR's? You will find the answer to your question.

Tom

No I haven't. I just checked the device selection table to see that there wasn't a column labeled 'PLL peripheral clock multiplier'. Would you really read all the datasheets if you could get a simple 'Yes' from someone who used the device in question?

Mark

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mckenney wrote:
AT90PWMx? Overkill, maybe, but they've got MUL.

Does seem like a potentially useful addition to the Parametric Table.

I'll check, thanks for the tip.

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gizmo wrote:
zoomcityzoom wrote:
Have you read through the datasheets for other AVR's? You will find the answer to your question.

Tom

No I haven't. I just checked the device selection table to see that there wasn't a column labeled 'PLL peripheral clock multiplier'. Would you really read all the datasheets if you could get a simple 'Yes' from someone who used the device in question?

Mark

Yes! Just about every time I look at a datasheet, I learn something new. It would be much easier to ask my questions on the forum but I prefer to instead to use the majority of my time on the forum to answer other's questions. It's a bit of a challenge for me, and it might be close to being an obsession. Whatever it is, it's the foundation of my passion for engineering.

Enjoy!

Tom

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Well Tom, if you had a dialup connection like me until March, you would spend an entire day just to download the 32 DSs. That would be much more obsession than engineering :-)

Mark

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Groan. I can't imagine.
Last time I used dial-up, I still had databooks. Good luck with your project!

Tom