Updating atmega tiers

If nothing happens, try again until you see a blue blink. :-) I have written a very simple command interpreter that takes commands from the USART.I have not found good sources on the Internet that describe a simple way to build robots with ESP8266.Also, I found a lot of information that empirically is not necessary to make it, even with comments in forums.This news may come as one small step for boards, one giant leap for Maker-kind: the ATmega S128 has launched!Not only does Atmel’s first u C Rad Tolerant device share the popular features of the mega AVR family, this out-of-the-world MCU delivers full wafer lot traceability, 64-lead ceramic package (CQFP), space screening, space qualification according to QML and ESCC flow and total ionizing dose up to 30 Krad (Si) for space applications.

Also, if there are any serious mistakes in the code, including BAD code practices, please comment. “By improving radiation performance with our proven Atmel AVR cores and ecosystem, the new ATmega S128 provides developers targeting space applications a smaller footprint, lower power and full analog integration such as motor and sensor control along with data handling functions for payload and platform.We look forward to putting more Atmel solutions into space.” Among its notable features, the space-ready MCU boasts high endurance and non-volatile memory, robust peripherals (including 8- and 16-bit timers/counters, six PWM channels, 8-channel, 10-bit ADC, TWI/USARTs/SPI serial interface, programmable watchdog timer and on-chip analog compactor), power-on reset and programmable brown-out detection, internal calibrated RC oscillator, external and internal interrupt sources, six sleep modes, as well as power-down, standby and extended standby.This interface is said to support Arduino add-ons (see spec table farther below).The Edison module’s availability was announced at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Calif.With this cost-effective approach and a plastic Hirel-qualified version, the ATmega S128 can be also considered in more general aerospace applications including class A and B avionic critical cases where radiation tolerance is also a key requirement.

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