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Atmel launch SAM3 Cortex M3

Started by FreeRTOS.org June 1, 2009
See:
http://www.atmel.com/dyn/corporate/view_detail.asp?FileName=AT91SAM3U_6_1.html


Naturally there is a FreeRTOS demo ready:

http://www.freertos.org/Free-RTOS-for-Atmel-SAM3-Cortex-M3.html

Also there is a new LPC1766 demo:

http://www.freertos.org/Free-RTOS-For-NXP-Cortex-M3-LPC17xx.html

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On Jun 2, 6:23=A0am, "FreeRTOS.org" <noem...@given.com> wrote:
> See:http://www.atmel.com/dyn/corporate/view_detail.asp?FileName=3DAT91SAM=
3U...
> > Naturally there is a FreeRTOS demo ready: > > http://www.freertos.org/Free-RTOS-for-Atmel-SAM3-Cortex-M3.html > > Also there is a new LPC1766 demo: > > http://www.freertos.org/Free-RTOS-For-NXP-Cortex-M3-LPC17xx.html > > -- > Regards, > Richard. > > +http://www.FreeRTOS.org > Designed for Microcontrollers. =A0More than 7000 downloads per month. > > +http://www.SafeRTOS.com > Certified by T=DCV as meeting the requirements for safety related systems=
. Interesting looking Peripheral mix. x4 mode for SD is nice to see, as is the fast SPI/SSC and uarts with a SYNC mode is also an emerging feature. HS USB joins their AVR32, so now Atmel have two FLASH families with HS USB. Timers look a little light, at just 16 bits and only 3 ?! There is a Quadrature mode, hidden in the fine print Even the 99c NXP device has 2 x 32 bit and 2 x 16b Timer/counters. -jg