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From: "Dave VanHorn"
Subject: Re: Which Microcontroller to use?
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Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2002 18:59:00 GMT
You'll find the atmel AVR series easy to use.
AVRGCC is the PD C package of choice.
The AVR line was designed to be easy for C compilers to work with, and has a
very clean and rational internal structure.
One instruction per clock on almost all instructions, vectored interrupts,
multiple timers with outputs suitable for creating your multiple ultrasonic
The 8535 might be a good starting point. It can work with external SRAM if
you need more data space than comes in the chip.
freeware programmers like ponyprog and fbprg16 are available that take only
a few wires off a parallel or serial port to implement.
www.atmel.com look under "flash microcontrollers".
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