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ATmega8 - a chip with 8K of flash memory and 1K of RAM. Then AVR released the ATmega168, a drop-in replacement with 16K of flash and 1K of RAM - a really big improvement! Now there is the ATmega328 with 32K of flash and 2K of RAM. Basically its got the capacity of an ATmega32 but in a slimmer package. These chips are notable for their ability to drop-in replace the ATmega168.
ATMEGA328P-PU-ND$2.66 each on digikey.combut package size of 14
airman00, I remember you mentioning that you are making a product with the 168 . . . here is your chance to double your memory as a way to outdo the Arduino.
Hmmm looking at the specs . . . the only difference is twice the memory as the 168.airman00, I remember you mentioning that you are making a product with the 168 . . . here is your chance to double your memory as a way to outdo the Arduino.
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