Atmel AVR
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AVR is a 8-bit Microcontroller family created by Atmel Corporation. There are three AVR subfamilies: ATmega, ATtiny and ATxmega. These microcontrollers include up to 384 kB of program memory, up to 100-pin packages and variety of periphals.


AVR ATmega family

ATmega microcontrollers includes 4 to 256kB of program memory, 28 to 100-pin package and extensive periphal set

(only the most popular chips are listed)

AVR ATtiny family

ATmega microcontrollers includes 0.5 to 8kB of program memory, 8 to 32-pin package and limited periphal set

(only the most popular chips are listed)

AVR Developer tools

A range of developer tools are available for the AVR platform

(only the most popular tools are listed)

  • AVR Dragon
  • AVR ONE!
  • AVR Butterfl

AVR Software

Compilers & IDEs


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