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Designing with Atmel 6-pin tinyAVR Flash microcontrollers

Original Air Date: Feb 24, 2011 | Duration: 60 min Webinar
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tinyAVR devices are optimized for a wide range of applications that require a small but powerful microcontroller. The smallest tinyAVR measures only 2mm x 2mm making the family ideal for size constrained applications as a single chip solution in small systems, or as glue logic and distributed intelligence in larger systems. They are available with integrated A/D converter and EEPROM memory. By delivering Flash flexibility at Mask ROM prices, tinyAVR significantly cuts your time to market, while boosting your bottom line. 

What you will learn:

  • Advanced feature overview of the Atmel 6-pn tinyAVR family of picoPower devices
  • Key benefits and design techniques for reducing your system size requirements and power consumption
  • Key steps in evaluating the tinyAVR for your next project
Presenters:
Jukka Eskelinen, AVR Product Marketing Director

Jukka Eskelinen is product Marketing Director for tinyAVR product family. He has served Atmel since 1997. Prior to Atmel Jukka was Managing Director with Fincitec Components, a semiconductor start-up in Finland. From 1989 to 1996 he held various sales and marketing management positions with Planar System, and before that engineering management positions with Kone Corporation. Mr. Eskelinen holds a Master of Science degree from Helsinki University of Technology.

Andreas Eieland, AVR Product Marketing Manager 
Andreas Eieland has worked as the AVR Product Marketing Manager since January 2007. Mr. Eieland worked as an Applications Engineer at Atmel's AVR Product Center since 2005. Mr. Eieland holds a Master of Science degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

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sirackh Posted Feb 6, 2011

looking forward to this webinar

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hm Posted Feb 6, 2011

We will eagerly look forward for this seminar. You should also include sone link for material to be read before seminar.

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vyoumans Posted Feb 14, 2011

I think this will be an interesting webinar, but the real question I have is, are there prebuilt, COTS (commercial Off the shelf) boards that can go right to market? I really don't want to be responsible for the actual hardware. Perhaps you have some info on actual boards that we can develop projects for.

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przemek Posted Jul 23, 2012

Well, it's a six-pin microcontroller, and you have to subtract two pins for power and ground. The remaining four active pins don't require much of a developmnent board.

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