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NEW GUIDE: Digital Circuits 7: Microcontrollers, how do they work? @MicrochipMakes #AdafruitLearningSystem

Metro MCU

What’s inside that large chip on the Adafruit Metro Classic and Arduino Uno compatibles? Take a peek at the coppery picture below, which is the silicon chip magnified.

In our new guide, we take a tour of the Microchip/Atmel ATmega328, looking at each significant functional piece.

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Understand the pieces of the chip we all use in our microcontroller projects, see the guide here.

What are you making with the Microchip ATmega328 series chips? Post in the comments below!


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